Communication Artifacts -- Documentary Artifacts -- Administrative Records -- Report
Subject Source: Formats (Chenhall's)
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents -Envelope, "Chalk Testing Reports // USS "Intrepid" CVA-11 // Remit 1956 Brooklyn // Navy Yard // N.Y. // Item 55 XOS Memo 211" -Folder, "File" -Reports & Memos, January 24 –March 13, 1974, all regarding Chalk Testing the ship before decommissioning
Overview The Edmund Squire archive contains materials from the Decomissioning process of the Intrepid in 1974. Documents include manuals used to check and prepare the ship, memos and logs about chalk testing, and blueprints of the elevators on the flight deck.
Overview The Lee Eurich Papers contain two items relating to USS Intrepid's involvement in the pickup of the Mercury 7 capsule. Mr. Eurich served aboard Intrepid from approximately 1961–63. During his time aboard the ship, he served as the editor of the Ketcher and was a Jouranlist 3rd class (JO3).
Overview Richard K. Gaines was the first Executive Officer of Intrepid. His papers include the program from Intrepid's Commissioning ceremony, Intrepid printed newspapers, Plans of the Day, documents a report about the first Shakedown Cruise from September 14 to November 1, 1943, personnel records and reports, Naval dispatches, Naval song sheets, and other records pertaining to Intrepid's operations and the Pacific Fleet during Gaines' time as Commanding Officer.