Todd Shipyards (disambiguation)

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Todd Shipyards is the former name of Vigor Shipyards.

Todd Shipyards may also refer to:

Todd Shipyards was an American soccer club based in Brooklyn, New York that was an inaugural member of the American Soccer League. The team was formed when the Todd Shipyard company decided to merge the Brooklyn Robins Dry Dock with Tebo Yacht Basin F.C.

Brown Shipbuilding

The Brown Shipbuilding Company was founded in Houston, Texas, in 1942 as a subsidiary of Brown and Root by brothers Herman and George R. Brown to build ships for the U.S. Navy during World War II. Brown Shipbuilding Company ranked 68th among United States corporations in the value of World War II military production contracts.

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USS <i>John A. Moore</i> Oliver Hazard Perry-class frigate

USS John A. Moore (FFG-19), eleventh ship of the Oliver Hazard Perry class of guided-missile frigates, was named for Commander John Anderson Moore (1910–1944). Ordered from Todd Pacific Shipyards, Los Angeles Division, San Pedro, California on 28 February 1977 as part of the FY77 program, John A. Moore was laid down on 19 September 1978, launched on 20 October 1979, and commissioned on 14 November 1981.

Vigor Shipyards company

Vigor Shipyards was founded in 1916 as the William H. Todd Corporation through the merger of Robins Dry Dock & Repair Company of Erie Basin, Brooklyn, New York, the Tietjen & Long Dry Dock Company of Hoboken, New Jersey, and the Seattle Construction and Dry Dock Company. The Seattle shipyard could trace its history back to 1882, when Robert Moran opened a marine repair shop at Yesler's Wharf. This shop became the Moran Brothers Shipyard in 1906 and the Seattle Construction & Dry Dock Company at the end of 1911.

Guam Soccer League (GSL) is the top league of the Guam Football Association in the United States territory of Guam. Since 2004, the GSL has had two levels: Division 1 and Division 2. Since 2007, the league has adopted a longer season that starts in the fall and ends in the spring. Previously, the GSL was divided into two seasons: Spring and Fall. When the champions of the Spring and Fall seasons were different, a one-off match was played to decide the year's overall champion.

Clifford Francis Brady was a second baseman in Major League Baseball who played for the Boston Red Sox in the 1920 season. Brady batted and threw right-handed. He was also an outstanding soccer forward in the St. Louis Soccer League. He was born in St. Louis, Missouri.

The Brooklyn Robins Dry Dock were an American soccer team which took its name from the workplace it represented. The dock was part of the Todd Pacific Shipyards in Brooklyn who formed the professional soccer club in 1918 to play in the National Association Football League. Robins played until the league folded in 1921. Robins best finish was third in 1920 and 1921, but won the 1921 National Challenge Cup.

Neil G. Clarke (sometimes listed as Clark) was a Scottish American soccer player who began his career in the Scottish Football League before moving to the United States. He played in both the National Association Football League and American Soccer League. In 1916, he played in the first two U.S. national team games.

Seattle-Tacoma Shipbuilding Corporation

The Seattle-Tacoma Shipbuilding Corporation was a United States corporation which built ships for the US Navy and merchant marine during World War II.

Johnny "Jack" McGuire was a Scottish-U.S. soccer inside right who played professionally in both Scotland, Canada and the United States. He also earned one cap with the U.S. national team. He is a member of the National Soccer Hall of Fame.

Harry Jay Ratican was a U.S. soccer forward, coach and team owner. He began and ended his career in the St. Louis Soccer League with several years in both the National Association Football League and American Soccer League. He is a member of the National Soccer Hall of Fame.

St. Louis Scullin Steel F.C.

St. Louis Scullin Steel was a U.S. soccer team established in St. Louis, Missouri in 1918. It spent seven seasons in the St. Louis Soccer League, winning three league titles and one National Challenge Cup.

Peter “Pete” Renzulli was a U.S. soccer goalkeeper. He played in the New York State League, National Association Football League and the American Soccer League, winning three National Challenge Cups. Renzulli was inducted into the National Soccer Hall of Fame in 1951.

William J. "Tucker" Fryer was an English-American soccer half back. He is a member of the National Soccer Hall of Fame.

Tebo Yacht Basin was an amateur U.S. soccer team sponsored by the Tebo Yacht Basin company of Brooklyn, New York. It had a brief impact on the U.S. soccer scene from 1918 to 1921.

The 1921–22 National Challenge Cup was the annual open cup held by the United States Football Association now known as the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup.

Robert Hosie was a Scottish soccer inside forward who began his career in Scotland before moving to the United States. In the U.S., he played one season in the National Association Football League and five in the American Soccer League.

Peter Sweeney was an early 20th-century Scottish-American soccer forward who began his professional career in Scotland before playing in the National Association Football League and American Soccer League in the United States.

George McKelvey, also spelled McKelvie, was a Scottish-American soccer player who spent his entire professional career in the United States.

The 1983 Todd Shipyard Strike was a strike action by 10,000 Pacific Coast Metal Trades Union members from July 26 to September 26, 1983, deadlocking business in 9 shipyards. The Todd Shipyards Corporation was significantly impacted by this strike. The bargaining between the unions under the Pacific Coast Metal Trades District Council, and the Pacific Shipbuilders Association led to a new contract, but that did not prevent Todd Shipyards from losing a significant amount of business and subsequent loss of workers in the years that followed.

Todd Pacific Shipyards, Los Angeles Division

Todd Pacific Shipyards, Los Angeles Division was a shipyard in San Pedro, Los Angeles, California. Before applying its last corporate name, the shipyard had been called Los Angeles Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Company and Todd Shipyards, Los Angeles Division. Under those three names, the San Pedro yard built at least 130 ships from 1917 to 1989.