USS Oklahoma (BB-37), the only ship of the United States Navy to ever be named for the 46th state, was a World War I-era battleship and the second of two ships in her class; her sister ship was Nevada. She, along with her sister, were the first two U.S. warships to use oil fuel instead of coal.

USS Oklahoma (BB-37), the only ship of the United States Navy to ever be named for the 46th state, was a World War I-era battleship and the second of two ships in her class; her sister ship was Nevada. She, along with her sister, were the first two U.S. warships to use oil fuel instead of coal.

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CV-16  USS Oklahoma transiting the Panama Canal  1936

CV-16 USS Oklahoma transiting the Panama Canal 1936

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Picture of the USS Oklahoma at

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Battleships at anchor on battleship row in Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. USS Nevada USS Oklahoma * USS Pennsylvania USS Arizona * USS Tennessee USS California * USS Maryland USS West Virginia * *Sunk or destroyed

Battleships at anchor on battleship row in Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. USS Nevada USS Oklahoma * USS Pennsylvania USS Arizona * USS Tennessee USS California * USS Maryland USS West Virginia * *Sunk or destroyed

USS Oklahoma (BB-37) was a Nevada-class battleship that entered service in 1916. Following World War I, USS Oklahoma saw service with both the Atlantic and Pacific Fleets. At Pearl Harbor on December 7, USS Oklahoma was sunk during the Japanese attack

World War I/II: USS Oklahoma (BB-37)

USS Oklahoma (BB-37) was a Nevada-class battleship that entered service in 1916. Following World War I, USS Oklahoma saw service with both the Atlantic and Pacific Fleets. At Pearl Harbor on December 7, USS Oklahoma was sunk during the Japanese attack

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