A Veteran of WW2, Korea, & Vietnam

She tread dangerous waters to save the lives of thousands of Korean refugees and deliver supplies to allied troops.
Now, the Lane Victory rests in the Port of Los Angeles, where a committed crew of volunteers preserve her life for years to come.

Lane Victory Online Exhibit

Life at the California Shipbuilding Corporation Shipyard

The California Shipbuilding Corporation (CalShip), established in February 1941 on Terminal Island, became one of the focal points in Los Angeles' war effort. At CalShip, forty thousand men and women worked under war contracts to produce 467 vessels in four years. Known as the "Liberty Fleet," these cargo ships were designed to be constructed faster and less expensively than traditional cargo ships. The CalShip shipyard closed in September 1945 after the launching of its last Victory ship, "four years to the minute after the first slid into the water."

Contact Info

Address: 3011 Miner St, San Pedro, CA 90731
Phone: (310) 519-9188
Email: [email protected]


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