Omaha was the earliest modern light cruiser of U-country. She had a slender hull, with speed up to 35 knots. She was equipped with 152 mm guns and assigned as a reconnaissance ship and lead-ship of destroyers. Omaha was more competitive than most light cruisers at that time. She did not carry out any front line task, because she was already 20 years old by the time the war broke out. Omaha spent most of her time in patrol and escort, and survived through the war. She retired after the war.
Light cruiser Omaha here. I have much experience in combats.
Admiral, do I work hard? Am I a good helper of everyone? Is it? So happy to hear that!
Cute girl with white uniform.
The only U-Country CL that has torpedo.
Also a good material for anti-air enhancement.
She lacks the assortment of single and twin 6-inch guns present on her historical counterpart. Instead she uses the single and twin 5-inchers that are shared with other USN ship classes (eg. The twin 5-inchers are shared with the Atlanta-class CLs, and the Allen M. Sumner, Porter, and Gearing-class DDs, and single 5-inchers with the Fletcher-class DDs).