United States (nation) -- Virginia (state) -- Portsmouth (independent city) -- Portsmouth (inhabited place)
Subject Source: Places (Getty Thesaurus Of Geographic Names)
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: CB 1943-1968
Identifier: CB 1954-55
Overview The 1954-1955 Intrepid Cruise Book documents Intrepid's deployments during the Mediterranean Cruise. It details major events that occured during 1954-55, ports the crew visited, departments and air groups, and day to day life on board.
Identifier: CB 1958
Identifier: OHP 012
Scope and Contents James Smith served aboard Intrepid during World War II, from 1943 to 1946, and was a seaman first class stationed as a first loader on a 40mm gun. Smith began his interview by providing a brief background of his life before he joined the Navy. He then discussed his decision join the Navy, how he felt after the Pearl Harbor attack, being assigned to gunnery, and his job as a first loader. After focusing on his initial Navy experiences, Smith described the first time he saw Intrepid, as well as...
Scope and Contents Invitation; to Intrepid's Commissioning. The iniviation invites "Mrs. R.L. and Miss Carol Montfort" to Intrepid's Commissioning at the Norfolk Navy Yard in Portsmouth, VA on August 16, 1943 at 2 o'clock. The number on the back of the card is 257.