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USS Alabama (BB-8). Ordered: 10 June 1896. Builder: William Cramp & Sons. Laid down: 1 December 1896. Launched: 18 May 1898. Commissioned: 16 October 1900. Decommissioned: 7 May 1920. Struck: Transferred to War Department, 15 September 1921. Fate: Used as target by Army Air Service, 27 September 1921. Sold for scrap, 19 March 1924. Class & type: Illinois-class battleship. Displacement: 11,565 tons.

USS Alabama (BB-8). Ordered: 10 June 1896. Builder: William Cramp & Sons. Laid down: 1 December 1896. Launched: 18 May 1898. Commissioned: 16 October 1900. Decommissioned: 7 May 1920. Struck: Transferred to War Department, 15 September 1921. Fate: Used as target by Army Air Service, 27 September 1921. Sold for scrap, 19 March 1924. Class & type: Illinois-class battleship. Displacement: 11,565 tons.

USS Oklahoma (BB-37). Ordered: 4 March 1911. Builder: New York Shipbuilding Corporation. Laid down: 26 October 1912. Launched: 23 March 1914. Commissioned: 2 May 1916. Decommissioned: 1 September 1944. Struck: 1 September 1944. Nickname: okie. Fate: Sunk in Attack on Pearl Harbor, raised and sold for scrap 5 December 1946. Hulk sank while under tow to breakers May 17, 1947. Class & type: Nevada-class battleship. Displacement: 27,500 long tons.

USS Oklahoma (BB-37). Ordered: 4 March 1911. Builder: New York Shipbuilding Corporation. Laid down: 26 October 1912. Launched: 23 March 1914. Commissioned: 2 May 1916. Decommissioned: 1 September 1944. Struck: 1 September 1944. Nickname: okie. Fate: Sunk in Attack on Pearl Harbor, raised and sold for scrap 5 December 1946. Hulk sank while under tow to breakers May 17, 1947. Class & type: Nevada-class battleship. Displacement: 27,500 long tons.

USS Oklahoma (BB-37). Ordered: 4 March 1911. Builder: New York Shipbuilding Corporation. Laid down: 26 October 1912. Launched: 23 March 1914. Commissioned: 2 May 1916. Decommissioned: 1 September 1944. Struck: 1 September 1944. Nickname: okie. Fate: Sunk in Attack on Pearl Harbor, raised and sold for scrap 5 December 1946. Hulk sank while under tow to breakers May 17, 1947. Class & type: Nevada-class battleship. Displacement: 27,500 long tons.

USS Connecticut (BB-18). Ordered: 1 July 1902. Builder: New York Naval Shipyard Laid down: 10 March 1903. Launched: 29 September 1904. Commissioned: 6 September 1906. Decommissioned: 1 March 1923. Struck: 10 November 1923. Fate: sold for scrap, November 1, 1923. Class & type: Connecticut-class battleship. Displacement: 16,000 tons.

USS Connecticut (BB-18). Ordered: 1 July 1902. Builder: New York Naval Shipyard Laid down: 10 March 1903. Launched: 29 September 1904. Commissioned: 6 September 1906. Decommissioned: 1 March 1923. Struck: 10 November 1923. Fate: sold for scrap, November 1, 1923. Class & type: Connecticut-class battleship. Displacement: 16,000 tons.

USS California (BB-44). Ordered: 28 December 1915. Builder: Mare Island Naval Shipyard. Laid down: 25 October 1916. Launched: 20 November 1919. Commissioned: 10 August 1921. Decommissioned: 14 February 1947. Struck: 1 March 1959. Nickname: "The Prune Barge". Fate: Sold for scrap, 10 July 1959. Class & type: Tennessee-class battleship. Displacement: 32,300 tons (40,950 after refit).

USS California (BB-44). Ordered: 28 December 1915. Builder: Mare Island Naval Shipyard. Laid down: 25 October 1916. Launched: 20 November 1919. Commissioned: 10 August 1921. Decommissioned: 14 February 1947. Struck: 1 March 1959. Nickname: "The Prune Barge". Fate: Sold for scrap, 10 July 1959. Class & type: Tennessee-class battleship. Displacement: 32,300 tons (40,950 after refit).

USS California (BB-44). Ordered: 28 December 1915. Builder: Mare Island Naval Shipyard. Laid down: 25 October 1916. Launched: 20 November 1919. Commissioned: 10 August 1921. Decommissioned: 14 February 1947. Struck: 1 March 1959. Nickname: "The Prune Barge". Fate: Sold for scrap, 10 July 1959. Class & type: Tennessee-class battleship. Displacement: 32,300 tons (40,950 after refit).