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  • USS Constant (AM-427) — USS Constant, (AM 427/MSO 427) was an Aggressive class minesweeper vessel in the United States Navy. Constant was laid down on 16 August 1951 at Fulton Shipyard, Antioch, California and launched on 14 February 1953. She was commissioned as… …   Wikipedia

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  • The bomber will always get through — was a phrase used by Stanley Baldwin in a speech to the British Parliament in 1932:cquote|I find myself at the close of a most interesting debate which has been well worth while I myself should not have regretted a second day in which there have… …   Wikipedia

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