USS California (BB-44) was the second of two Tennessee-class battleships built for the United States Navy between her keel laying in October 1916 and her commissioning in August 1921.
She served as the flagship of the United States Battle Fleet for 20 years. In 1941 the U.S. Navy was restructured and the Battle Fleet was split into three, separate fleets. She was sunk in shallow water during the Attack on Pearl Harbor. However, she was re-floated and rebuilt to continue service through World War II. It mentions her being a part of the Atlantic Fleet, however, this is misinformed. She spent her entire career in the Pacific. She only sailed into the Atlantic after the war in 1946 were she was decommissioned and placed in reserve until she was sold for scrap in 1956.
She has turquoise eye and blonde hair.