Welcome back to the our channel for a discussion about where US Navy ships and submarines go after they’re no longer fit for duty. USS Constitution doesn't "move around the country" except to flip it around every year so it weathers evenly. Other than that, it's permanently in Boston. The cost of wasting the steel is reason enough that they should recycle the ships rather than use them as target practice. Why doesn't the Navy sell its 2nd hand ships to poor countries They could get paid for them, then goto war with the new owner and sink it anyway. Crane Ops get paid real good money! They can care less about the fishes. They are putting a lot of pollution in the ocean with those ships sinking. I bet it's a lot of oil gas, antifreeze, and whatever other fluids that can be stuck with the ship. Gotta Love The Navy's LCS's! Great big jet-skis which would be more appropriately named the "YUGO of the Seven Seas."