- Class: Admirable - 132 minesweepers of 1942-1944
- Displacement: 650 tons
- Dimensions: 184.5 x 33 x 9.75 ft.
- Machinery: 2-shaft Diesel, BHP 1,710 = 15 knots
- Armament: 1-3"/50, 4-20 mm. A.A. guns
- Complement: 100
- Builder: Winslow Marine Railway and Shipbuilding Co., Seattle, WA
- Keel Laid: 8 Feb 1943
- Launched: 2 May 1943
- Commissioned: 3 Mar 1944
- Notes: From Jun to Sep 1944 escorted convoys between Pearl Harbor and western Pacific bases. Joined 7th Fleet at Manus in Oct 1944 for the Leyte invasion. Joined Mine Division 34 on 20 Oct for sweeping duties and antiair support for anchored transports. From 27 to 31 Oct helped search for survivors of the Battle off Samar. Supported landings at Ormoc Bay on 6 Dec, at Mindoro on 14 Dec, at Lingayen Gulf on 6 Jan 1945, and at Zambales and Subic Bay from 29-31 Jan. In Feb swept in Manila Bay for landings at Mariveles and Corregidor, and came under fire from the latter's shore batteries. Continued sweeping activities in the Philippines through May, then participated in landings at Brunei Bay, Borneo in Jun and at Balikpapan in Jul. Her task unit received a Presidential Unit Citation for its service off Borneo. Placed in reserve at Orange, TX in Apr 1946; reactivated during the Korean War in 1951, serving on the Atlantic coast. Decommissioned 1 Mar 1954 and transferred to Mexico 1 Oct 1962, where she was given the designation DM-09.