This information was taken from the ship's official histories for 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973 and 1974.

1 - 5 January 1970 Upkeep at Ship Repair Facility, Yokosuka, Japan.

6 January 1970 Underway for Vietnam Combat Zone.

11 January 1970 Arrived at Yankee Station.

12 - 17 January 1970 Conducted Naval Gunfire Support Operations in the vicinity of Danang.

17 - 19 January 1970 Conducted Naval Gunfire Support Operations in the vicinity of the Demilitarized Zone.

19 - 21 January 1970 Conducted Naval Gunfire Support Operations in the vicinity of Danang.

21 January 1970 Departed Combat Zone for Subic Bay, Republic of the Philippines.

24 January - 1 February 1970 In port Subic Bay, Republic of the Philippines.

2 February 1970 Underway for Hong Kong, British Crown Colony

3 - 9 February 1970 In port Hong Kong, British Crown Colony

10 February 1970 Underway for Special Operations in Vietnam Combat Zone

11 - 12 February 1970 Conducted Naval Gunfire Support Operations in vicinity of Demilitarized Zone.

12 - 13 February 1970 Conducted Search and Rescue operation for downed aircraft.

13 - 15 February 1970 Conducted Naval Gunfire Support Operations in vicinity of Demilitarized Zone.

15 February 1970 Departed Vietnam Combat Zone en route Yokosuka, Japan, via Okinawa.

18 February 1970 Arrived Okinawa. Conducted gunnery exercises.

19 - 20 February 1970 En route to Yokosuka, Japan.

20 February - 15 March 1970 In port Yokosuka, Japan at Pier 10, Ship Repair Facility.

16 - 19 March 1970 En route Okinawa.

19 March 1970 Conducted two Talos missile firing exercises.

20 - 21 March 1970 En route Vietnam. CO's Material Zone Inspection.

22 - 27 March 1970 On South Search and Rescue Station.

28 - 29 March 1970 En route Sattahip, Thailand.

30 March - 2 April 1970 In port Sattahip, Thailand. Visited Bangkok and Pattaya Beach.

3 - 4 April 1970 En route Tonkin Gulf.

5 April 1970 Arrived Vietnam Combat Zone.

6 - 14 April 1970 Conducted Special Operations on PIRAZ Station, Tonkin Gulf.

15 - 16 April 1970 En route Keelung, Taiwan. Conducted Taiwan Straits Patrol.

17 - 19 April 1970 In port Keelung, Taiwan. Visited Taipei.

20 - 23 April 1970 Underway for Yokosuka, Japan, via Okinawa.

23 April 1970 Fleet Training Group WESTPAC conducted Operational Readiness Inspection.

24 - 30 April 1970 In port Yokosuka, Japan.

28 - 30 April 1970 DESRON 3 conducted Administrative inspection.

1 - 13 May 1970 Upkeep and maintenance at Ship Repair Facility Yokosuka, Japan.

14 - 15 May 1970 En route Iwakuni, Japan. Commenced Dependents Cruise.

16 May 1970 In port Iwakuni, Japan. Visited Hiroshima.

17 May 1970 En route Beppu, Japan.

18 - 19 May 1970 In port Beppu, Japan.

20 May 1970 En route Tonkin Gulf for Special Operations via Taiwan Straits.

24 - 29 May 1970 Conducted Special Operations on PIRAZ station, Gulf of Tonkin.

28 May 1970 COMSEVENTH visited USS Horne (DLG-30) and USS Strauss (DDG-16) by high line transfer from Oklahoma City.

29 - 31 May 1970 En route Singapore.

1 - 3 June 1970 In port Singapore.

4 June 1970 Underway from Singapore en route to Port Swettenham, Malaysia.

5 - 7 June 1970 Moored at Port Swettenham, Malaysia. Visited Kuala Lumpur.

8 - 11 June 1970 En route from Port Swettenham, Malaysia to Vietnam Combat Zone. Crossed Equator at Latitude 00°0'0", Longitude 105°.

9 June 1970 Conducted Crossing the Line Ceremony.

10 June 1970 Oklahoma City conducted the 1000th helo landing during this WESTPAC deployment.

12 - 17 June 1970 On SAR Station in Vietnam Combat Zone.

18 - 21 June 1970 En route from SAR Station to Yokosuka, Japan, via Subic Bay and Okinawa operating areas.

21 June 1970 Arrived Okinawa. Conducted long range Talos missile firing exercise.

22 June 1970 En route Yokosuka.

23 June - 12 July 1970 Upkeep and maintenance at Ship Repair Facility, Yokosuka, Japan.

25 June 1970 Class "A" fire in compartment A-0201-L caused by welding. No damage.

13 July 1970 En route Kobe, Japan.

14 - 16 July 1970 In port Kobe, Japan. Visited Expo 70 in Osaka.

17 - 22 July 1970 En route Vietnam. Conducted training exercises.

22 July - 7 August 1970 Conducting Special Operations on PIRAZ station, Tonkin Gulf.

8 - 9 August 1970 En route Yokosuka via Okinawa.

9 -11 August 1970 Arrived Okinawa, taking storm evasion route to Yokosuka.

11 August - 6 September 1970 Routine upkeep and maintenance at Ship Repair Facility, Yokosuka, Japan.

7 - 9 September 1970 En route Kaohsiung, Taiwan.

7 September 1970 Class "A" fire in incinerator burn room B-01. Minor damage.

10 - 12 September 1970 In port Kaohsiung, Taiwan.

13 - 14 September 1970 En route Hong Kong, British Crown Colony.

15 - 20 September 1970 In port Hong Kong, British Crown Colony. Moored at H.M.S. Tamar.

18 September 1970 Class "C" fire in the after switchboard. Minor damage.

21 September 1970 En route Vietnam Combat Zone.

22 September - 4 October 1970 Conducting Special Operations on PIRAZ station, Tonkin Gulf.

4 - 7 October 1970 Conducted Naval Gunfire Support Operations in the vicinity of Danang.

8 - 11 October 1970 En route Inchon, Korea, via Okinawa Operation Areas.

12 - 14 October 1970 In port Inchon, Korea. Visited Seoul.

15 - 16 October 1970 En route Yokosuka, Japan, via the Straits of Shimonoseki.

17 October - 13 November 1970 Conducting routine upkeep and maintenance at Ship Repair Facility, Yokosuka, Japan.

14 - 15 November 1970 En route Sasebo, Japan.

16 - 18 November 1970 In port Sasebo, Japan. Visit Nagasaki.

19 - 22 November 1970 En route Vietnam via Okinawa

20 November 1970 Arrived Okinawa. Conducted Talos missile firing exercise.

23 November - 8 December 1970 Conducting Naval Gunfire Support in the vicinity of Danang, Republic of Vietnam.

3 December 1970 Man overboard during rearmament from USS Kilauea (AE-26). The ships executed emergency breakaway and the man was recovered in less than 12 minutes.

9 - 10 December 1970 En route from Vietnam Combat Zone to Manila, Republic of the Philippines.

11 - 13 December 1970 In port Manila, Republic of the Philippines.

14 - 17 December 1970 Underway from Manila, Republic of the Philippines, en route Yokosuka, Japan via Okinawa Operating Area.

18 - 31 December 1970 Routine upkeep and maintenance at Ship Repair Facility, Yokosuka, Japan.

22 - 23 December 1970 Ship's annual Christmas Party.

25 December 1970 Christmas in Yokosuka.

1 - 5 January 1971 Routine upkeep and maintenance at Ship Repair Facility, Yokosuka, Japan.

6 - 11 January 1971 En route from Yokosuka, Japan to Viet Nam combat zone via Okinawa operating area.

11 - 14 January 1971 On station in the Gulf of Tonkin.

15 - 17 January 1971 Conducting Naval Gunfire Support in the vicinity of Danang, Republic of Viet Nam.

17 - 22 January 1971 En route from Viet Nam combat zone to Subic Bay, Republic of the Philippines via Subic Bay operating area.

22 - 31 January 1971 In port Subic Bay, Republic of the Philippines.

1 February 1971 En route from Subic Bay, Republic of the Philippines to Hong Kong, British Crown Colony.

2 - 7 February 1971 In port Hong Kong, British Crown Colony moored at HMS Tamar.

8 February 1971 En route from Hong Kong, British Crown Colony to Viet Nam combat zone.

9 - 15 February 1971 On station in the Gulf of Tonkin at South SAR station.

16 - 21 February 1971 En route from Viet Nam combat zone to Yokosuka, Japan via Okinawa operating area.

21 February - 16 March 1971 Entered drydock #5 SRF Yokosuka. Upkeep and maintenance at Ship Repair Facility, Yokosuka, Japan.

26 February 1971 Captain J. J. Tice III relieved Captain J. S. Howell as Commanding Officer USS Oklahoma City.

17 - 18 March 1971 En route from Yokosuka, Japan to White Beach, Okinawa.

19 - 21 March 1971 In port White Beach, Okinawa. Conducted general ship visiting.

22 - 24 March 1971 En route from White Beach, Okinawa to Viet Nam Combat Zone.

25 March - 8 April 1971 Conducting Special Operations at PIRAZ Station in the Viet Nam Combat Zone.

9 - 12 April 1971 En route Yokosuka, Japan, via Okinawa Operating Area.

12 April 1971 Conducted Talos missile firing exercise and gunnery exercise off Okinawa.

12 - 13 April 1971 En route Yokosuka, Japan.

14 April 1971 - 7 May 1971 Upkeep and maintenance at Ship Repair Facility, Yokosuka, Japan.

8 - 12 May 1971 En route Subic Bay. Conducted gunnery exercises off Okinawa.

13 May 1971 In port Subic Bay.

14 - 15 May 1971 En route Gulf of Tonkin.

16 - 23 May 1971 On Station in the Gulf of Tonkin. Conducted Naval Gunfire Support in Danang Harbor.

24 May 1971 En route Subic Bay.

25 - 28 May 1971 In port Subic Bay.

29 - 30 May 1971 En route Gulf of Tonkin.

31 May - 7 June 1971 On Station in the Gulf of Tonkin on modified PIRAZ/SSAR Station as a unit of TU 77.0.2.

8 June 1971 En route Poro Pt., Philippine Islands.

9 June 1971 En route Okinawa Operations Area.

10 June 1971 Talos missile exercise in Okinawa Operations Area.

11 June 1971 En route Yokosuka

12 - 30 June 1971 Upkeep and maintenance at ship repair facility, Yokosuka, Japan. VADM W. P. Mack relieved VADM M. F. Weisner as Commander SEVENTH Fleet on board USS Midway (CVA-41).

1 - 6 July 1971 Upkeep and Maintenance at Ship Repair Facility, Yokosuka, Japan.

4 July 1971 Celebrated Independence Day with a Ship/Staff Picnic.

7 - 8 July 1971 En route Okinawa Operations Area. Delayed getting underway one day to avoid typhoon Ivy.

9 July 1971 Gunnery Exercises in Okinawa Operations Area.

10 - 12 July 1971 En route Gulf Of Tonkin.

13 - 16 July 1971 On Station Gulf of Tonkin providing Naval Gunfire Support at Cu Lao Cham.

17 July 1971 Evading Typhoon Jean in Gulf of Tonkin.

18 July 1971 En route to Hong Kong to avoid typhoon Kim.

19 - 20 July 1971 In port Hong Kong.

21 - 22 July 1971 Underway Evading Typhoon Lucy.

23 July 1971 En route to Buckner Bay, Okinawa, avoiding typhoon Nadine.

24 July 1971 In port Buckner Bay for fuel.

25 - 26 July 1971 Forced to leave Buckner Bay due to heavy swells from typhoon Olive that parted mooring lines. En route to Yokosuka.

27 July - 16 August 1971 Upkeep and Maintenance at Ship Repair Facility, Yokosuka, Japan. Replaced 6" gun bucklers on #1 turret that were damaged by heavy seas.

17 - 19 August 1971 En route to Keelung, Taiwan. Conducted operations off Okinawa.

20 - 23 August 1971 In port Keelung. Rendered deflooding assistance to a Chinese freighter moored astern. Visited Taipei.

24 August 1971 En route Hong Kong.

25 August 1971 In port Hong Kong to retrieve items left behind due to typhoon Lucy in July.

26 August 1971 En route to Gulf of Tonkin.

27 - 31 August 1971 On Station in Gulf of Tonkin conducting Naval Gunfire Support at Point Allison.

1 - 6 September 1971 On PIRAZ Station in Gulf of Tonkin.

7 - 8 September 1971 En route to Okinawa Operations Area.

9 September 1971 Gunnery exercise and Talos firing exercise at Okinawa Operations Area.

10 September 1971 En route to Yokosuka.

11 September - 20 October 1971 Moored to berth 8 SRF Yokosuka. Restricted Availability for extensive repair and overhaul.

21 - 22 October 1971 En route to Okinawa Operations Area.

23 October 1971 Vicinity Okinawa Operations Area for helo ops and gunnery exercises.

24 - 25 October 1971 En route Gulf of Tonkin.

26 - 31 October 1971 On assigned Naval Gunfire Support Station Point Allison, Vietnam.

1 - 7 November 1971 On Station in Gulf of Tonkin for Naval Gunfire Support and AAW cover.

8 - 9 November 1971 En route Sattahip, Thailand.

10 - 14 November 1971 In port Sattahip. Visited Bangkok and Pattaya Beach.

17 November 1971 Crossed Equator and held "Crossing the Line" ceremonies.

15 - 18 November 1971 En route Singapore.

19 - 23 November 1971 In port Singapore.

24 - 26 November 1971 En route Subic Bay.

27 - 29 November 1971 In port Subic Bay.

30 November 1971 En route Yankee Station. The ship responded to a distress call from Taiwanese fishing boats foundered on Scarborough Shoals. COMSEVENTHFLT helo rescued seven fisherman. Ship provided directions for US Air Force SAR helos that rescued the remainder of boats' crews.

1 - 2 December 1971 On Station in Gulf of Tonkin.

3 - 5 December 1971 En route to Yokosuka.

6 - 31 December 1971 Holiday period in port Yokosuka.

25 December 1971 Christmas in Yokosuka.

1 - 2 January 1972 Holiday period in port Yokosuka.

3 - 7 January 1972 En route from Yokosuka, Japan to Subic Bay, Philippines.

8 January 1972 Conduct type training in Subic Bay operating area.

9 - 17 January 1972 In port Subic Bay, Republic of the Philippines.

18 - 19 January 1972 En route from Subic Bay, Republic of the Philippines to Hong Kong, British Crown Colony.

20 - 26 January 1972 In port Hong Kong, British Crown Colony.

27 January 1972 En route from Hong Kong, British Crown Colony. to Vietnam combat zone.

28 - 31 January 1972 On Talos station off North Vietnam. Radar hunting.

1 - 4 February 1972 On Talos station off North Vietnam. During this period Oklahoma City fired a Talos RIM-8H anti radiation missile and destroyed a NVN mobile radar installation. It was the first successful surface-to-surface combat missile shot in US Navy history.

5 - 6 February 1972 En route to Subic Bay, Republic of the Philippines.

7 - 12 February 1972 In port Subic Bay.

13 - 14 February 1972 En route from Subic Bay to Vietnam combat zone.

15 February - 1 March 1972 On Talos station off North Vietnam.

2 - 5 March 1972 En route from the combat zone to Yokosuka, Japan via the Okinawa Operations Area to conduct gunnery exercises.

6 March - 2 April 1972 Upkeep and maintenance at Ship Repair Facility, Yokosuka, Japan.

2 - 6 April 1972 En route from Yokosuka, Japan to the Vietnam combat zone.

7 - 30 April 1972 Conducting Naval Gunfire Support in the DMZ and gunfire strikes in North Vietnam. The ship received hostile fire from shore batteries on many occasions during this period. The ship attacked AAW sites, bridges, a communications station, a fuel storage depot and barracks.

7 April 1972 Received hostile fire from shore batteries north of the Cua Viet River. This action earned the Oklahoma City the Combat Action Ribbon.

14 April 1972 Conducted gunfire strikes on Tan Hoa North Vietnam. Received hostile fire.

15 April 1972 Conducted gunfire strikes north of 20°N in North Vietnam.

16 April 1972 Conducted gunfire strikes on Haiphong, North Vietnam. Received hostile fire.

17 April 1972 Conducted gunfire strikes on Vinh, North Vietnam.

19 April 1972 Participated in the battle of Dong Hoi Gulf, North Vietnam. The task force was attacked by NVN MiGs. A 250 pound bomb from a MiG 17 hit the USS Higbee (DD-806), injuring four sailors. The MiG 17 was reported shot down by missile fire from the USS Sterett (DDG-31). USS Lloyd Thomas (DD-764) and the USS Sterett are thought to have sunk two NVN torpedo boats. Oklahoma City received slight damage to an antenna from shore battery fire during the engagement.

1 May 1972 Conducting Naval Gunfire Support and gunfire strikes in the Vietnam combat zone.

2 - 3 May 1972 En route to Subic Bay, Republic of the Philippines

4 - 6 May 1972 In port Subic Bay. Regunned the 6"/47 battery.

7 - 9 May 1972 En route to the Vietnam combat zone for Naval Gunfire Support and strike operations.

10 - 31 May 1972 Conducting Naval Gunfire Support and strike operations in North Vietnam and at the DMZ. Received hostile fire from shore batteries on several occasions. In company with the USS Newport News (CG-148), USS Providence (CLG-6) and destroyers USS Hanson (DD-832), USS Myles C. Fox (DD-829) and USS Buchannan (DDG-14), Oklahoma City shelled the Cat Bai military airfield on the Do Son peninsula at the mouth of Haiphong Harbor, North Vietnam. This was the first multi-cruiser strike since World War II.

23 May 1972 VADM J. L. Holloway III, relieved VADM W. P. Mack as Commander Seventh Fleet while the ship was on the gun line.

1 - 5 June 1972 Conducted naval gunfire support missions near the DMZ and Quang Tri City.

6 - ? June 1972 En route from the gun line to Okinawa.

? June 1972 Fired three Talos missiles in operations off Okinawa.

? to 10 June 1972 En route to Yokosuka, Japan.

11 - 22 June 1972 In port Yokosuka, Japan.

22 June 1972 Captain W. A. Kanakanui relieved Captain J. J. Tice III as Commanding Officer USS Oklahoma City.

23 - 27 June 1972 En route from Yokosuka, Japan to the Vietnam combat zone.

28 - 30 June 1972 Conducting Naval Gunfire Support operations near Quang Tri City and the DMZ.

1 - 21 July 1972 Conducting Naval Gunfire Support in the Vietnam combat zone.

22 - 27 July 1972 En route to Yokosuka, Japan.

28 July - 10 August 1972 Maintenance and upkeep at Ship Repair Facility, Yokosuka, Japan.

11 August - 21 September 1972 Incremental overhaul at Ship Repair Facility, Yokosuka, Japan.

22 - 24 September 1972 En route from Yokosuka, Japan to Subic Bay, Republic of the Philippines.

25 - 27 September 1972 Missile exchange at Subic Bay.

28 September 1972 En route to Vietnam combat zone.

29 - 30 September 1972 Naval Gunfire Support near the DMZ.

1 - 13 October 1972 Conducting Naval Gunfire Support in the Vietnam combat zone. Received hostile fire from shore batteries.

14 - 15 October 1972 En route to Singapore.

16 - 20 October 1972 In port Singapore for a protocol port visit.

21 - 22 October 1972 En route from Singapore to the Vietnam combat zone via the Equator where "Crossing the Line" ceremony was conducted.

23 - 28 October 1972 Conducting Naval Gunfire Support near the DMZ and gunfire strikes in North Vietnam. Received hostile fire from shore batteries.

29 - 31 October 1972 En route from the combat zone to the Okinawa operating area.

1 November 1972 Conducting SAMEX in the Okinawa operating area. Three Talos missiles were fired at drones and surface targets.

2 November 1972 En route to Yokosuka, Japan

3 - 17 November 1972 Maintenance and upkeep at Ship Repair Facility, Yokosuka, Japan.

18 - 21 November 1972 En route to Subic Bay, Republic of the Philippines.

22 - 23 November 1972 In port Subic Bay for missile exchange.

24 November 1972 En route to the Vietnam combat zone.

25 November - 4 December 1972 Conducting naval gunfire support near the DMZ.

5 - 7 December 1972 En route to Keelung, Taiwan.

8 - 10 December 1972 In port Keelung for a protocol port visit. Visited Taipei.

11 - 12 December 1972 En route to Yokosuka, Japan.

13 - 31 December 1972 Upkeep and maintenance at Ship Repair Facility, Yokosuka, Japan. Holiday period for the crew.

25 December 1972 Christmas in Yokosuka.

1 - 7 January 1973 Holiday leave and upkeep at Yokosuka, Japan.

8 - 12 January 1973 En route from Yokosuka, Japan to Subic Bay, Republic of the Philippines, via Okinawa Operations Area.

13 - 19 January 1973 In port Subic Bay, Republic of the Philippines.

20 - 21 January 1973 En route from Subic Bay to Hong Kong, British Crown Colony.

22 - 28 January 1973 Visit Hong Kong, British Crown Colony. Formal cease fire announced for Vietnam War.

29 - 30 January 1973 En route from Hong Kong, British Crown Colony to Subic Bay, Republic Philippines.

31 January 1973 - 5 February 1973 In port Subic Bay, Republic Philippines.

6 February 1973 Transit to and arrive at Manila, Republic Philippines.

7 - 8 February 1973 Visit Manila, Republic Philippines. Conducted general visiting with attendance of 16,000.

9 February 1973 En route to and arrive at Subic Bay, Republic of the Philippines.

10 - 14 February 1973 In port Subic Bay, Republic of the Philippines.

14 - 15 February 1973 En route to Kaohsuing, Taiwan.

16 - 18 February 1973 Visit Kaohsiung, Taiwan.

19 - 20 February 1973 En route to Gulf of Tonkin.

21 - 28 February 1973 Special operations in Gulf of Tonkin.

1 - 2 March 1973 Special operations in Gulf of Tonkin.

2 - 5 March 1973 En route to Yokosuka, Japan.

6 March 1973 - 12 April 1973 In port Yokosuka, Japan. Restricted availability and drydock. Two day sea trial in Sagami Wan.

13 April 1973 En route Nagoya, Japan. Dependents' cruise.

14 - 16 April 1973 Visit Nagoya, Japan. Conducted general visiting.

16 - 17 April 1973 En route Kobe, Japan.

18 - 19 April 1973 Visit Kobe, Japan. Conducted general visiting. Visit Osaka and Kyoto.

20 - 21 April 1973 En route Yokosuka, Japan.

21 April - 6 May 1973 In port Yokosuka, Japan.

7 - 11 May 1973 En route Yankee Station via Okinawa Operations Area. Conducted several Talos missile and gunnery exercises.

12 - 13 May 1973 Special operations in Gulf of Tonkin.

14 - 15 May 1973 En route Subic Bay, Republic Philippines.

16 May 1973 Visit Subic Bay, Republic Philippines.

17 - 18 May 1973 Type training in Subic Bay Operations Area.

19 - 20 May 1973 En route Sattahip, Thailand.

21 - 25 May 1973 In port Sattahip, Thailand. Visit Bangkok.

26 - 29 May 1973 En route Hong Kong, British Crown Colony.

30 May - 4 June 1973 Visit Hong Kong, British Crown Colony.

5 - 7 June 1973 En route Inchon, Korea.

8 - 10 June 1973 In port Inchon, Korea. Visit Seoul.

11 - 13 June 1973 En route Yokosuka, Japan via Shimonoseki Straits.

14 June - 10 July 1973 In port Yokosuka, Japan.

11 - 12 July 1973 En route Sasebo, Japan.

13 - 15 July 1973 In port Sasebo, Japan. Visit Nagasaki.

16 - 17 July 1973 En route Yokosuka, Japan, avoiding typhoon.

18 July 1973 - 27 August 1973 In port Yokosuka, Japan Dry dock in drydock #5 SRF Yokosuka. Navy Distillate fuel conversion.

28 July 1973 VADM George P. Steele relieved VADM James L. Holloway as Commander SEVENTH Fleet.

9 - 10 August 1973 Navy Technical Proficiency Inspection by Nuclear Weapons Training Group, Pacific.

28 August 1973 Sea trials in Sagami Wan.

29 August - 3 September 1973 In port Yokosuka, Japan.

4 - 10 September 1973 En route Subic Bay, Republic of the Philippines with training exercises at Subic Bay Operations Area.

11 - 16 September 1973 Visit Subic Bay, Republic of the Philippines.

17 - 19 September 1973 En route Singapore.

20 - 24 September 1973 Visit Singapore.

25 - 28 September 1973 En route Keelung, Taiwan, via the Equator where "Crossing the Line" ceremony was conducted.

29 September - 2 October 1973 Visit Keelung, Taiwan. Visit Taipei.

3 - 4 October 1973 En route Yokosuka, Japan.

5 October - 8 November 1973 In port Yokosuka, Japan.

9 - 12 November 1973 En route Hong Kong, British Crown Colony.

13 - 18 November 1973 Visit Hong Kong, British Crown Colony. Conducted general visiting for 14,000 guests.

19 - 20 November 1973 En route Manila, Republic of the Philippines.

21 - 26 November 1973 Visit Manila, Republic of the Philippines. Conducted general visiting for 9,000 guests.

27 - 30 November 1973 En route Yokosuka, Japan via Subic Bay Operations Area. Conducted gunnery exercises.

1 - 2 December 1973 En route Yokosuka, Japan via Okinawa Operations Area. Conducted Talos missile firing exercise.

3 - 31 December 1973 In port Yokosuka, Japan.

25 December 1973 Christmas in Yokosuka, Japan.

1 - 6 January 1974 Holiday Leave and Upkeep at Yokosuka, Japan.

7 - 11 January 1974 En route from Yokosuka, Japan, to Subic Bay, Republic of the Philippines, Via Okinawa Operations Areas.

12 - 20 January 1974 In port Subic Bay, Republic of the Philippines.

21 - 25 January 1974 En route from Subic Bay to Kaohsiung, Taiwan, Via Subic Bay Operations Areas.

26 - 28 January 1974 In port Kaohsiung, Taiwan. Conducted general visiting for 8,500 guests.

29 - 31 January 1974 En Route from Kaohsiung, Taiwan, to Sasebo, Japan.

1 - 3 February 1974 In Port Sasebo, Japan. Conducted general visiting for 3,000 guests. Visit Nagasaki.

4 - 5 February 1974 En route from Sasebo, Japan, to Yokosuka, Japan.

6 February - 29 March 1974 In port Yokosuka, Japan, Restricted Availability and drydock period. Continuing Navy Distillate fuel conversion.

30 March - 3 April 1974 En route from Yokosuka, Japan, to Subic Bay, Republic Philippines.

4 April 1974 Anchored Subic Bay, RP, for Refueling.

4 - 9 April 1974 En route Sattahip, Thailand.

9 - 14 April 1974 In port Sattahip, Thailand. Visit Bangkok and Pattaya Beach.

15 - 16 April 1974 En route Penang, Malaysia. Refueled from Royal Navy oiler RFA Tidespring (A 75).

17 - 21 April 1974 Visit Penang, Malaysia.

22 - 26 April 1974 En route Subic Bay, Republic of the Philippines.

27 April - 3 May 1974 In port Subic Bay, Republic of the Philippines.

4 - 6 May 1974 En route Pusan, Korea.

7 - 10 May 1974 Visit Pusan, Korea.

11 - 12 May 1974 En route Yokosuka, Japan.

13 May - 20 June 1974 In port Yokosuka, Japan. Restricted Availability and drydock period. Continuing Navy Distillate fuel conversion.

20 June 1974 Sea Trails Tokyo Bay.

20 June - 7 July 1974 In port Yokosuka, Japan, Restricted Availability and Drydock Period.

8 - 11 July 1974 En route from Yokosuka, Japan, to Otaru, Japan.

12 - 15 July 1974 In port Otaru, Japan. Visit Sapporo.

16 - 23 July 1974 Operations with Task Group 77.4 in Northern Japan Operations Area.

24 July - 4 August 1974 Upkeep Yokosuka, Japan.

5 - 15 August 1974 Operations with Task Group 77.4 in Japan Operations Area.

16 August - 15 October 1974 In port Yokosuka, Japan, Restricted Availability and drydock period. Continuing Navy Distillate fuel conversion.

4 October 1974 Captain P. D. Butcher relieved Captain W. A. Kanakanui as Commanding Officer USS Oklahoma City.

16 - 18 October 1974 Sea Trails.

19 - 20 October 1974 In port Yokosuka, Japan.

21 - 22 October 1974 Underway, INSURV and Underway Material Inspection.

23 - 25 October 1974 In port Yokosuka, Japan, INSURV Inspection.

26 October - 4 November 1974 In port Yokosuka, Japan.

5 - 8 November 1974 Underway, Interim Refresher Training, Yokosuka Operations Area.

9 - 10 November 1974 In port Yokosuka, Japan.

11 - 15 November 1974 Underway, Interim Refresher Training, Subic Operations Area.

16 - 17 November 1974 In port Subic Bay, Republic Philippines.

18 - 23 November 1974 Underway, Interim Refresher Training, Subic Operations Area. Conducted gunnery and Talos missile exercises.

24 November 1974 In port Subic Bay, Republic Philippines.

25 - 26 November 1974 En route Hong Kong, British Crown Colony.

27 - 31 November 1974 In port Hong Kong, British Crown Colony.

1 December 1974 Emergency typhoon evasion out of Hong Kong, British Crown Colony for typhoon Irma.

2 - 3 December 1974 Returned to Hong Kong, continued Protocal Visit.

4 - 8 December 1974 En route Yokosuka, Japan.

9 - 31 December 1974 In port Yokosuka, Japan, Restricted Availability Period.

22 December 1974 Thirtieth anniversary of Oklahoma City commissioning celebrated with a joint Christmas/Birthday Party at Club Alliance.

25 December 1974 Christmas in Yokosuka, Japan.

Miscellaneous

Watch this space.