- Class: Connecticut - 6 battleships of 1903
- Displacement: 16,000 tons
- Dimensions: 456'4"(oa) x 76'10" x 26'9"
- Machinery: 2-shaft reciprocating (VTE), IHP 16,500 = 18 knots
- Armor: Main belt 7-9in, ends 4-7in, barbettes 6-10in, turrets 8-12in, CT 9in
- Armament: 4-12in (2x2), 8-8in (4x2), 12-7in, 20-3in guns; 4-21in TT
- Complement: 881
- Builder: New York Shipbuilding, Camden, NJ
- Keel Laid: 10 Feb 1904
- Launched: 12 Aug 1905
- Commissioned: 17 Apr 1907
- Decommissioned: 16 Dec 1921
- History: Sailed around the world as part of the "Great White Fleet" 1907-09. Starting from Hampton Roads, she visited Trinidad and Brazil, passed the Straits of Magellan to Chile, Mexico, San Diego, San Francisco, Honolulu, New Zealand, Australia, the Philippines, Japan, Ceylon, through the Suez Canal, France, and Gibraltar before returning home. Overhauled at Philadelphia in 1909 with cage masts replacing her military masts. Served at various duties in the Atlantic and Caribbean, including occupation at Vera Cruz in 1914. During WW1 served as engineering training ship in Chesapeake Bay. After the armistice she made five voyages to Brest to bring home American veterans. Continued on various duties, including cruises with midshipmen from Annapolis, until decommissioned in 1921 in response to the Washington Treaty limiting naval armament.