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South China Sea (sea) -- Dixie Station (military instillation)

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Subject Source: Places (Getty Thesaurus Of Geographic Names)

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

1967 Cruise Book

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Identifier: CB 1967
Scope and Contents
    Table of Contents
  • The First Time Around
  • The Second Time Around - Cruise Chronology
  • Ports of Call
  • The Making of a Man
  • The Mission
  • Mend of the Fighting "I"
  • Roster
  • In Memoriam

Laurence H. Blackburn, Jr. Oral History

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Identifier: OHP 008
Scope and Contents Laurence Blackburn served as the senior medical officer aboard Intrepid during the ship’s first and second deployments to Vietnam, from 1965 to 1967. Blackburn began his interview by discussing his decision to become a doctor. He then recounted joining the Navy, meeting his wife while in medical school, and attending flight surgeon school. Blackburn then continued, relating his decision to serve aboard Intrepid rather than Randolph, and shortly thereafter learning that Intrepid was being sent...

Pete Schoeffel Oral History

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Identifier: OHP 146
Scope and Contents Pete Schoeffel served aboard Intrepid as an attack aviator, first with VA-66 from August 1961 to March 1962, and then with VA-15 from April 1966 to November 1966 and May 1967 to October 1967. Schoeffel began his interview by discussing his childhood in Washington, D.C., one location where his father served as a naval officer. He then discussed his graduation from the United States Naval Academy in 1954, and his experience serving aboard a destroyer minelayer early in his naval career, noting...

Richard A. Schacht Oral History

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Identifier: OHP 017
Scope and Contents Richard Schacht served aboard Intrepid as an officer in the OI Division from 1966-1968, during the Vietnam War. Schacht began his interview by stating that he lived with severe asthma attacks throughout his childhood until his parents took him to a hospital in Biloxi, Mississippi where he was subsequently cured. He then stated that he received his B.S. in Business Administration from Northwestern University during the height of the Vietnam War, and explained his reasons for joining the Navy:...