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Ceremonies -- Crossing the Line

 Subject
Subject Source: Topics (Dtic)

Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:

1966 Cruise Book

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

Fred Lugar Shellback Subpoena

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Identifier: A2017.20
Scope and Contents Subpoena; Shellback Subpoena for Frederick Dee Lugar, Radarman Second Class, December 6, 1967

Gerald Feola Oral History

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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...

Jim Jones Diary

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Identifier: A2017.68
Overview 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.

Jimm Larry Hendren Oral History

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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....

Joseph Barry Oral History

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Identifier: OHP 013
Scope and Contents Joseph Barry served aboard Intrepid as a radioman during World War II. Barry began his interview by recalling the early years of his life. He then discussed how he learned about the attack on Pearl Harbor and his decision to join the Navy. Barry next recounted becoming a radioman, seeing Intrepid for the first time, and working in the radio shack. He described the radio shack, stated the number of men that worked in that space, and explained the job they performed. Barry also noted that the...

Ken Hershey Familygram

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Identifier: A2016.82
Scope and Contents Familygram & envelope, November 21, 1966; signed by John W. Fair // Captain, U.S. Navy // Commanding Officer. Letter to families announcing Intrepid's return home and summary of events since deployment. Envelope addressed to Mrs. Elsie M. Andrews // 11735 New Oakhurst Rd. // Largo, Florida

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...

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.