Fallout 4 Bobblehead – USS Constitution

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This is one of the more difficult bobbleheads to obtain in Fallout 4, but once it is secured, it will provide an excellent source of intelligence for your research. This unique collectible can be found inside the Malden Middle School in the ruined city of Malden. To get to the bobblehead, players must fight their way through several raiders in the building. If they can manage to make it through this gauntlet, the player will find the bobblehead positioned around a computer monitor in the library.

USS Constitution, also known as Old Ironsides, is a three-masted wooden-hulled heavy frigate of the United States Navy and is the world’s oldest commissioned ship still in commission. The vessel is a part of the USS Constitution Museum and berths at Pier 1 at the Charlestown Navy Yard in Boston, Massachusetts.

Constitution has a long history of service as a training ship, ceremonial warship, and public venue for education and community outreach. During her on-again, off-again rebuilding at the Philadelphia Navy Yard from 1877 to 1877, Old Ironsides lost her second Andrew Jackson figurehead and the decorative carvings that adorned the bow’s cutwater. However, the 1878 audit does provide evidence that the ship’s bow carried a new billethead and trailboards.

These new trailboards exhibited vine, floral, and leaf motifs that were consistent with the 1870s rebuild, but they departed from earlier designs in that they incorporated red, white, and blue shields with four stars. These shields may have been an homage to the centennial celebration of the United States in 1876.

In addition to promoting a general understanding of the Navy’s role in war and peace, Constitution also serves as an active participant in many ceremonies and public events in her home port of Boston. As such, the vessel is open to the public year round and provides free tours of her decks.

In the future, the Museum hopes to expand the reach of USS Constitution by establishing a permanent berth in a coastal city. This will allow visitors to experience the historic frigate and its crew, a living part of America’s heritage that continues to inspire. Until this goal is achieved, the Museum will continue to offer a variety of ways for visitors to interact with Old Ironsides through educational programs and historic demonstrations.