U.S. NAVY SHIPS
Names beginning with the letter O

This page lists all O-named U.S. Navy Ships whose pictures are available through the Online Library.

If the ship you want is not listed on this page, contact the Photographic Section concerning other research options.

O-named ships are listed below in alphabetical order. Scan down the list until you find the ship you want, then click its entry to access appropriate image pages.

  • O-1 (Submarine # 62, later SS-62), 1918-1938
  • O-2 (Submarine # 63, later SS-63), 1918-1945
  • O-3 (Submarine # 64, later SS-64), 1918-1946
  • O-4 (Submarine # 65, later SS-65), 1918-1946
  • O-5 (Submarine # 66, later SS-66), 1918-1923
  • O-6 (Submarine # 67, later SS-67), 1918-1946
  • O-7 (Submarine # 68, later SS-68), 1918-1946
  • O-8 (Submarine # 69, later SS-69), 1918-1946
  • O-9 (Submarine # 70, later SS-70), 1918-1941

  • O-10 (Submarine # 71, later SS-71), 1918-1946
  • O-11 (Submarine # 72, later SS-72), 1918-1930
  • O-12 (Submarine # 73, later SS-73), 1918-1930
  • O-13 (Submarine # 74, later SS-74), 1918-1930
  • O-14 (Submarine # 75, later SS-75), 1918-1930
  • O-15 (Submarine # 76, later SS-76), 1918-1930
  • O-16 (Submarine # 77, later SS-77), 1918-1930

  • Oakland (ID # 2847), 1918-1919
  • Oakland (CL-95, later CLAA-95), 1943-1959
  • O'Bannon (Destroyer # 177, later DD-177), 1919-1936
  • O'Bannon (DD-450, later DDE-450 & DD-450), 1942-1972)
  • O'Bannon (DD-987), 1979-2008
  • Oberon (AK-56, later AKA-14), 1942-1970
  • O'Boyle, Anna (ID # 1736), possibly in service 1918-1919

  • O'Brien (Destroyer # 51, later DD-51), 1915-1935
  • O'Brien (DD-415), 1940-1942
  • O'Brien (DD-725), 1944-1972
  • O'Brien (DD-975), 1977-2006

  • Oceanographer (AGS-3), 1942-1944. Previously (1917-1919) Corsair (SP-159) and (1942) Natchez (PG-85).
  • Ocoee (SP-1208), 1917-1919
  • Octopus (Submarine # 9), 1908-1920. Renamed C-1 in 1911
  • Octavia (AF-46), 1945-1972
  • Octorara (1862-1866)
  • O'Day, Edward (ID # 1940, barge), 1917?-1917? (possibly no USN service). Properly called Edward O'Day. No image is available, or known to exist
  • Oglala (CM-4, later ARG-1), 1917-1965. Originally named Shawmut (ID # 1255)

  • O'Hara, James (APA-90, formerly AP-49, later T-AP-179), 1943-1968. Properly called James O'Hara
  • O'Hare (DD-889, later DDR-889 & DD-889) 1945-1975
  • Ohio (Battleship # 12, later BB-12), 1904-1923
  • Ohio (BB-68). 1940 program -- construction cancelled, 1943
  • Ohioan (ID # 3280), 1918-1919

  • Okala (ARS(T)-2), 1945-1946
  • Oklahoma (BB-37), 1916-1946
  • Oklahoma City (CL-91, later CLG-5 and CG-5), 1944-1999

  • Old Colony (SP-1254), 1917-1918
  • Old Columbia (CA-16), 1894-1922. Name given to USS Columbia in 1921
  • Old Dominion (ID # 3025), 1917-1919
  • Oldendorf (DD-972), 1978-2005
  • Olympia (Cruiser # 6, C-6, later CA-15, CL-15 and IX-40), 1895-1957

  • Omaha (1872-1915)
  • Omaha (CL-4), 1923-1946
  • Ommaney Bay (CVE-79), 1944-1945

  • Oneida (1898-1915). Also USS Henry P. Williams (SP-509), 1917-1918. Renamed SP-509 in 1918
  • Oneida (SP-432). Considered for service, 1917, but not taken over
  • Oneonta (SP-1138), 1918-1919
  • Ono (SP-128), 1917-1919
  • Onondaga (1864-1867)
  • Onslow (AVP-48), 1943-1960
  • Onward (SP-311), 1917-1919
  • Onward II (SP-728), 1917-1918. Later renamed SP-728

  • Oosterdijk (ID # 2586), 1918-1918
  • Ophir (ID # 2800), 1918-1920

  • Orange (PF-43), 1944-1947
  • Orca (Submarine # 34, later SS-34), 1914-1931. Name changed to K-3 before construction
  • Orca (SP-726), 1917-1920
  • Orca (AVP-49), 1944-1962
  • Ordronaux (DD-617), 1943-1973
  • Oregon (Battleship # 3, BB-3, later IX-22), 1896-1956
  • Oregon City (CA-122), 1946-1973
  • Oregonian (ID # 1323), 1918-1919

  • Orion (1865-1874). Name briefly given to USS Chimo in 1869. Soon renamed Piscataqua
  • Orion (Collier # 11, later AC-11), 1912-1933
  • Oriskany (CV-34, later CVA-34 and CV-34), 1950-2006
  • Orizaba (ID # 1536, later AP-24), 1918-1919 and 1941-1945
  • Orleck (DD-886), 1945-1982

  • Osage (1863-1865)
  • Osborn, Chase S. (SP-1121, later YT-41), 1918-1921. Properly called Chase S. Osborn
  • Osborne (Destroyer # 295, later DD-295), 1920-1931
  • Osceola (1863-1873). Originally named Neosho and (briefly) Vixen
  • Oskaloosa (ID # 3800), 1918-1919
  • Oskawa (ID # 3797), 1919-1919

  • Osmond Ingram (Destroyer # 255, later DD-255, AVD-9, DD-255 & APD-35), 1919-1946. Name changed from Ingram, Nov. 1919
  • Osprey (AM-56), 1941-1944
  • Osprey (AMS-28, later MSC(O)-28), 1944-1955, originally named YMS-422
  • Osprey II (SP-928), 1917-1918
  • Ossipee (1862-1891)

  • Otis W. Douglas (SP-313), 1917-1919. Also called Douglas
  • Otsego (1864-1864)
  • Otsego (1864-1874). Name given to USS Hydra (ex-Tunxis) in 1869
  • Otsego (ID # 1628), 1919-1919
  • Ottawa (1861-1865)

  • Ouachita (1864-1865)
  • Outagami County (LST-1073), 1945-1971. Originally named LST-1073
  • Overton (Destroyer # 239, later DD-239 & APD-23), 1920-1945

  • Owaissa (SP-659), 1917-1919
  • Owasco (1862-1865)
  • Owen (DD-536), 1943-1973
  • Owens, James C. (DD-776), 1945-1973. Properly called James C. Owens
  • Owens, Robert A. (DDK-827, later DDE-827 & DD-827), 1949-1982. Properly called Robert A. Owens
  • Owera (SP-167), 1917-1919

  • Oxford (APA-189), 1944-1974
  • Oyster Bay (AGP-6, originally & later AVP-28), 1943-1957
  • Ozark (1864-1865)
  • Ozaukee (ID # 3439), 1918-1919
  • Ozbourn (DD-846), 1946-1975

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