Three ships of the United States Navy have been named USS Oregon, in honor of the Oregon Territory or the 33rd state.
- The first Oregon was a brig purchased in 1841 to support the U.S. Exploring Expedition and in commission until 1845.
- A never-launched monitor previously named Quinsigamond and Hercules was also called Oregon before she was broken up in the ways.
- The third Oregon (BB-3) was a battleship that saw action in the Spanish-American War and was in commission from 1896 to 1919.
- Confederate States Navy
- See also
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