Oklahoma City (CLG 5) - Naval Cruise Book

 - Class of 1965

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USS OKLAHOMA CITY QCLG-51, a guided missile light cruiser, is named for the capital city of Oklahoma. She was originally built as the light cruiser OKLAHOMA CITY QCL-911 by Wm. Crarnp and Sons of Philadelphia. Her keel was laid on 8 December 1942, and she was commissioned on 22 December 1944. Following shakedown cruises and local operations, the OKLAHOMA CITY sailed for the South Pacific and the war zone, arriving at Ulithi on 1 June 1945. She received two stars on her Asiatic- Pacific Medal for action in Okinawa and in THIRD Fleet operations against Japan until August 1945. Leaving the Far East on 30 January 1946, the OKLAHOMA CITY arrived in San Francisco on 14 February for inactivation. She was placed out of commission on 30 Iune 1947, and assigned to the San Francisco group of the Pacific Reserve Fleet. On 7 March 1957, the ship arrived at the shipyard of the Bethleham Pacific Coast Company of San Francisco. Conversion to a guided missile light cruiser commenced 21 May 1957. LSS OKLA- HOMA CITY tCLC-51 was commissioned at Hunter7s Point on 7 September 1960. On 1 December 1961, the OKLAHOMA CITY departed Long Beach for a scheduled six months deployment to the Western Pacific on her first cruise as the flagship ol the ILS. SEYENTH Fleet, until relieved by the USS PROVIDENCE QCLC-6, on 26 May 1962. For two years, the OKLAHOMA CITY installed the most modern of radar. communications. and weapons equipment, and made other preparations for a prolonged period as flagship during its next cruise. On 16 June 1964, the ship departed Long Beach and arrived in Pearl Harbor on 22 June. ln Pearl, the ship became the temporary flagship for Commander-in-tihief, Pacific Fleet change of com mand ceremonies, Admiral T. H. Moorer relieving Adniiral ll.S.C. Sharp. The OKLAHOMA CITY arrived in Yokosuka, Japan on 7 July. and relieved the l'ROYlDENtil'i. This Cruise Book is the story of the first year ol' tht- OKI..-Xltt7TXl 'X tflTY's second t't'lll't' as flagship for the ILS. SEVENTH Fleet. 5

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