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Factories and Shipyards

Bethlehem San Pedro Shipyard  Shipyard  United States  
Boston Navy Yard  Shipyard  United States  
Burbank Lockheed Aircraft Factory  Factory  United States  
Chelyabinsk Tractor Plant  Factory  Russia  
Detroit Arsenal Tank Plant  Factory  United States  
Electric Boat Company  Shipyard  United States  
Fuzhou Arsenal  Shipyard  China  
Grand Harbour  Naval Port, Shipyard  Malta  
Hanyang Arsenal  Factory  China  
Jiangnan Arsenal  Factory, Shipyard  China  
Kure Naval Arsenal  Shipyard  Japan  
Leiyun CAMCO Factory  Factory  China  
Leningrad Kirov Factory  Factory  Russia  
Leningrad Obukhov Factory  Factory  Russia  
Maizuru Naval Arsenal  Shipyard  Japan  
Mare Island Navy Yard  Shipyard  United States  
New York Navy Yard  Shipyard  United States  
Norfolk Navy Yard  Shipyard  United States  
Okayama Aircraft Factory  Airfield, Factory  Taiwan  
Pearl Harbor Navy Base and Ford Island Naval Air Station  Airfield, Naval Port, Shipyard  Hawaii  
Philadelphia Navy Yard  Factory, Shipyard  United States  
Plzen Skoda Works Complex  Factory  Czechoslovakia  
Sasebo Naval Arsenal  Shipyard  Japan  
Schweinfurt Ball Bearing Factories  Factory  Germany  
Sembawang Bases  Airfield, Army Base, Naval Port, Shipyard  Singapore  
Stalingrad Tractor Factory  Factory  Russia  
Toronto Inglis Factory  Factory  Canada  
Uralmash  Factory  Russia  
Vemork Heavy Water Plant  Factory  Norway  
Washington Navy Yard  Factory, Shipyard  United States  
Yokosuka Naval Arsenal  Shipyard  Japan  

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Facility Section Founder: David Stubblebine
Contributors: Alan Chanter, C. Peter Chen, David Stubblebine

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