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Liberty

 Subject
Subject Source: Topics (Dtic)

Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:

Constantino "Andy" Tamasi Papers

 File
Identifier: A2015.03
Overview The Andy Tamasi papers consist of ephemera collected during Tamasi's time on board Intrepid from 1954–1956. As a member of the S-2 Division, he worked in the galley where he cooked food for enlisted sailors.

David E. Benedict Oral History

 Item
Identifier: OHP 034
Scope and Contents David Benedict served aboard Intrepid as a boiler tender in the number two boiler room, and as a yeoman in the engineering office, from October 1958 to July 1961. Benedict began his interview by providing an overview of his service aboard Intrepid, noting the years he was aboard and discussing his first job as a boiler tender in the number two boiler room and his second job as a yeoman in the engineering office. Benedict then spoke about recreation aboard ship and visiting different...

Norman H. Nunn Papers

 Collection
Identifier: A2016.83
Overview The Norman H. Nunn Archive contains papers and records from his service on board USS Intrepid, as well as a collection of his handwritten memoirs of his time aboard the ship.

Ralph Nurse Papers

 Collection
Identifier: A2017.63
Overview The Ralph Nurse Papers contain identification cards and passes, track charts, maps, paperwork on bombing procedures, and other items from his time on board Intrepid with torpedo squadron 18 (VT-18).

Robert J. Salmanowitz Papers

 Sub-Series
Identifier: A2016.43
Overview The Robert J. Salmanowitz papers include papers and membership cards from his time aboard Intrepid from 1955 to 1958. He was part of the OE Division as the ship's photographer. The papers contain membership cards, passes, menus, training materials, notes, and newsletters from his time aboard Intrepid.

Roy Latall Oral History

 Item
Identifier: OHP 011
Scope and Contents Roy Latall served aboard Intrepid as an aviation machinist’s mate second class in the arresting gear crew during World War II, from 1943 to 1945. Latall began his interview by describing his journey to Intrepid in April 1943, explaining how he had travelled from Millington, Tennessee, to the Philadelphia Navy Yard, where he was introduced to arresting gear, the equipment he would be operating aboard Intrepid. Latall noted that he had never heard of arresting gear and then explained the carrier...