The USS Iowa has arrived off the coast of the Port of Los Angeles, where the country’s last World War II-era battleship will become a floating museum.
The USS Iowa left the Port of Richmond Saturday morning for Los Angeles where it will become a floating museum.
The USS Iowa will have a permanent home at the Port of Los Angeles, after a unanimous vote Thursday by the Los Angeles Harbor Commission to reserve prime waterfront space for the historic battleship.
The USS Iowa — a World War II era battleship — is about to become a floating museum in San Pedro.
LOS ANGELES (CBS) — The World War II-era battleship U.S.S. Iowa will become a permanent museum at the Port of Los Angeles. The U.S. Navy announced Tuesday that it is donating the 887-foot ship to […]
A historic battleship could be sailing for San Pedro soon. Supporters of a plan to bring the USS Iowa to the city say the Navy could make a decision as early as this summer.
Los Angeles port officials have announced that they’d like the USS Iowa to be relocated to the port’s Main Channel in San Pedro as a floating museum.
The Los Angeles City Council is backing plans to berth a World War II battleship at the Port of Los Angeles as a floating museum.