Archival Collection. Archival Collection
Identifier: Archival Collection
Found in 146 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Correspondence, March 15–December 1967- This correspondence was sent to Feoloa’s girlfriend Arlene Trentacoste. Much of it expresses his love for Arlene. Another frequent topic is the route and itinerary of Intrepid and its participation in the Vietnam War. Listed below are selected letters and some key subjects they cover.- March 15 -- Flight operations, negative feelings on “this place,” Tonkin Gulf ships, Navy abbreviations. - March 18, 1967 -- Storm. - March 21 --...
Dates: Majority of material found within March 15–December 1967
Scope and Contents This letter is from Gerald Feola to his then girlfriend Arlene Trentacosta. The letter begins with talking about events and issues brought up in a previous letter. It continues to detail and incident during his job on the flight deck as final inspector of aircrafts being launched. This new donation tells the story of his job on the flight deck as the final inspector of aircraft being launched. He explains to Arlene the guilt he is harboring for keeping a radar jamming aircraft from...
Dates: November 19, 1967
Abstract The Gerald Feola papers contain materials related to his time aboard Intrepid during the Vietnam War with early warning squadron VAW-33 (A-1 Skyraiders) during the ship’s second Vietnam cruise in 1967. These papers include training materials, flight schedules, and certificates.
Scope and Contents The Gerald McDonald letters contain correspondence between McDonald and his cousin Patsy, her husband, Dick, and their daughter, Charlene. The letters discuss family life, McDonald's impending marriage to Clem, then fiancé, now wife, life aboard the Intrepid, various ports of call McDonald has visited and the often negative reception the crew has received, and what items family members want sent back from the various ports.
Dates: Majority of material found within 1967–68
Scope and Contents Card, Holiday; Card with black and white photograph of Intrepid with "Greetings" printed underneath it in red ink. Inside the card has "Best wishes // for // Christmas // and the // New Year" printed in red ink. The back of the card has a handwritten note to Smith's Mom & Dad in blue ink.
Dates: Majority of material found within ca. 1967
Scope and Contents Log, Flight: "Aviators Flight // Log Book" belonging to "Harris, Gregory C.," serial number "733278." -Flight log begins in May 1972 and ends July 1973, with much of the book left blank. Harris flew off Intrepid (CVS-11) from May 1972 until October 1972.
Dates: Majority of material found within May 1972–July 1973
Scope and Contents Postcard; Black & white photograph of Intrepid at sea on the front. Back of postcard has some information on USS Intrepd and is addressed "To: // Mom & Dad", signed "Love // Greg".
Dates: September 18, 1971
Abstract Harold Lawrence Zieg served aboard the aircraft carrier USS Intrepid (CV-11) starting from July 1944 as a seaman second class (radarman) and was training to be a radarman. He was promoted to seaman first class in late September, and radarman third class on November 14. After the November 25, 1944 kamikaze attack, he was listed as "Missing in Action after Japanese Aircraft exploded on Flight Deck."
Dates: Majority of material found within June 26, 1944 – July 5, 1948
Scope and Contents Log, Flight; Aviator's Flight Log Book, inside cover has "Harry A. Repass A.R.M.C. 2/C // Bombing Squadron Six // Naval Air Corps." handwriten in black ink.The log begins in May 1943 and ends November 1944. Each month has two pages with log entries. Repass flew off of aircraft carrier Enterprise before Intrepid. Most of the log is unused and blank. Pasted in the book on a blank page is a typed excerpt titled "Long Entry" and is a reccomendation for Repass to receive the Air Medal...
Dates: Majority of material found within May 1943 – October 1944
Abstract The Henry Chevalier Papers include a Navy Supply Corps newsletter, an Intrepid Sentinel, a Plan of the Day from a Dependent's Cruise, and a newspaper clipping from Chevalier's time aboard USS Intrepid. Chevalier served on board Intrepid as a boiler technician third class (BT3) from September 1968 until June 1972.
Dates: Majority of material found within September 1968–June 15, 1972