Subject Source: Topics (Dtic)
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: OHP 056
Abstract The papers concern George Griffith Jr. and his death in an operational flight accident. On October 28, 1944, his aircraft experienced engine failure on takeoff, fell into the ocean and was run over by the ship. Destroyers searched for him, but nothing was found.
Dates: Majority of material found within October 29, 1944–February 21, 1945
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
Abstract Dr. Kenneth Marshall served on board Intrepid as a flight surgeon from January 1967 until December 1968. He served as a flight surgeon and was attached to Carrier Air Wing 10. Following the fire on USS Forrestal on July 29, 1967, Dr. Marshall and five other members of Intrepid’s medical staff assisted in the treatment of casualties, and this describes their activities. This collection contains a summary of the events and a newspaper clipping about Intrepid crewmen helping those affected.
Dates: Majority of material found within 1967–March 28, 1968
Scope and Contents Card, Prayer; Front of card has an image of the Virgin Mary with small angels surrounding her. Inside, there is a small picture of Lt. Elmer Clarence Namoski, and the card is dedicated to "Lieut. Elmer C. Namoski // Died October 29, 1944 // Age 27 years". There are several prayers inside the card. The back cover has the prayer "Prayer Before a Representation of // Jesus Crucified".
Abstract The Nathan Hecker letters were sent to Nathan Hecker, a Chief Aviation Radio Technician, by his wife, Dorothy. Nathan Hecker was killed in the November 25, 1944 kamikaze attacks on board Intrepid. The letters never reached Hecker and they were returned to Dorothy, stamped undeliverable.Charles Robinson was a letter carrier in the Fresno area. Charles was unable to return the letters to Dorothy and they remained in his possession, unopened.The letters have been opened by...
Dates: Majority of material found within November 21–29, 1944
Abstract Richard Allan "Moose" Moran was a pilot with squadron VA-15 on board Intrepid in 1966. On August 7, 1966, Lt. Cdr. Moran crashed into the ocean while attempting to land on board Intrepid. His remains were not recovered. This collection contains his military records and personnel files, which were sent to his wife, Judy, after his death. It also includes dependency and survivor benefit information and forms that were also sent to Judy. Records were kept in the sections they were received in.
Dates: Majority of material found within 1956–66