- USS Swallow
USS "Swallow" is a name used more than once by the
* was laid down at
New York Cityon 18 March 1918.
* was laid down on
19 July 1941at Alameda, California.
USS Swallow (AMS-36), a minesweeper commissioned on 22 June 1944.
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