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Philippines (nation) -- Olongapo (special city) -- Olongapo (inhabited place) -- U.S. Naval Base Subic Bay (naval base)

 Subject
Subject Source: Places (Getty Thesaurus Of Geographic Names)
Scope Note: Local

Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:

1966 Cruise Book

 Item
Identifier: CB 1966
Scope and Contents
    Contents
  • Introduction
  • The Preparation
  • The Line
  • Between Launches
  • The Ports
  • The Trip Home
  • The Crew
Dates: 1966

1967 Cruise Book

 Item
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
Dates: 1967

Bernard Fipp Oral History

 Item
Identifier: OHP 056
Scope and Contents -

Dates: October 9, 2014

Brian Walker Oral History

 Item
Identifier: OHP-071
Scope and Contents Brian Walker served aboard Intrepid as an attack aviator in VA-34 during Intrepid’s second Vietnam deployment in 1967. He began his interview by discussing his upbringing in Wisconsin and his interest in flight, which began at an early age. Walker then continued, explaining his decision to join the Navy and describing his experiences in flight training, which involved flying T-34s, T-28s, and F-9s. The interview then shifted to Walker’s time aboard Intrepid, where he flew A-4s, an aircraft that...
Dates: February 17, 2016

Gerald Feola Oral History

 Item
Identifier: OHP 002
Scope and Contents Gerald Feola served aboard Intrepid as an aviation structural mechanic third class with VAW 33 during the ship’s second Vietnam War deployment, from May to December 1967. He began his interview by mentioning his two uncles and one cousin who served in World War II, and his Catholic Church’s sea cadets program, which provided him with somewhat of an exposure to the Navy. Feola then described his decision to join the Navy, being assigned to a squadron, seeing Intrepid for the first time, and...
Dates: May 28, 2013

Jim Jones Diary

 Item
Identifier: A2017.68
Abstract James Richard Jones, who went by Jim, was the Aircraft Maintenance Officer with attack squadron VA-34, which was embarked on board the aircraft carrier USS Intrepid (CV-11) in 1967. His diary chronicles his time aboard USS Intrepid and mentioned several major events in Intrepid's history at that time.
Dates: Majority of material found within May 9–December 29, 1967

Jimm Larry Hendren Oral History

 Item
Identifier: OHP 023
Scope and Contents Jimm Larry Hendren served aboard Intrepid as the ship’s legal officer during the 1966 WESTPAC cruise to Vietnam. Hendren began his interview by discussing his family’s history and describing his education, from high school through Naval Justice School. He then continued, stating that his first orders were as Assistant Legal Officer at Commander Fleet Air Norfolk, where a fortuitous meeting with Captain Giuseppe Macri and Captain John Fair resulted in Hendren becoming Intrepid’s legal officer....
Dates: November 11, 2013

Laurence H. Blackburn, Jr. Oral History

 Item
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...
Dates: July 12, 2013

Paul Haller Achiever

 Collection
Identifier: A2015.68
Scope and Contents The Achiever, October 1968 -Addressed to "Mr & Mrs David P. Haller // 123 Lockwood Ave // Farmingdale, Long Island // New York 11735."
Dates: August 1968

William Harvison Papers

 Collection
Identifier: A2017.64
Abstract The William Aubrey Harvison Papers contain materials from his time aboard Intrepid. The majority of the collection is correspondence from Harvison to his mother, his sister, and one other woman named "Ms. Crawford." The letters discuss life on board Intrepid, the Ports of Call they visit, home life, and Harvison's trouble in the Navy. The rest of the collection includes a prayer book, notebooks, ports of call ephemera, certificates, an immunization certificate, a Plan of the Day, a Family Gram,...
Dates: Majority of material found within 1964–69