Oak bark disease?
These trees are not showing the same issues.
First photo: This looks like mechanical injury, not disease or insects. It's impossible for us to say what damaged its bark.
2nd photo: There are small patches of blue-green lichen on the bark. This is benign because lichen is a combination of algae and fungi and only uses trees for support. It does not damage or feed on the tree.
3rd photo: This appears to be an oak with extensive bark loss over an area of dead wood. Oaks in the mid-Atlantic have been dying as a rapid rate recently, primarily old oaks. It is not caused by a disease or insect, but rather a combination of climate conditions such as drought, abnormally high (drowning)rainfall, heat, etc. Here is more about this situation: https://extension.umd.edu/sites/extension.umd.edu/files/_docs/programs/ipmnet/Maryland%20Pest%20Aler...
Although the article above refers to white oaks, other oak species and hickories are also declining and dying in large numbers.
We can only recommend replanting, as oaks are a pivital species, crucial to the ecosystem and young oak are more resilient. Be sure to cage and protect saplings from deer feeding and bark rubbing for several years.