Sailing the seas during World War II and the Korean War, the U.S. Navy vessel CA-135 Los Angeles was decommissioned in 1963. When the Los Angeles was dismantled, the community of San Pedro was able to retain her main mast, two anchors, and one of the anchor chain capstans. Dedicated in 1979, they formed the U.S.S. Los Angeles Naval Memorial symbolizing the heritage of the San Pedro Harbor. An extensive collection of memorabilia from the Los Angeles is on display at the Los Angeles Maritime Museum.
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