Subject Source: Topics (Dtic)
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract The Eugene Harris Papers consist of a diary of his time on Intrepid during World War II and a memorial certificate sent from the White House in honor of Harris' service.
Dates: Majority of material found within December 29, 1943–April 11, 1946
Scope and Contents The Frank Osinski papers contain documents about his service aboard Intrepid including rosters, materials on the Ports of Call he visited during his cruise, a map, and a Familygram.
Dates: Majority of material found within April 1, 1966–January 1967
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
Abstract The James Swagerty papers contain documents relating to Swagerty's service aboard Intrepid as a radarman, and the most significant items are a journal/logbook that includes entries about events as well as radarman training.
Dates: Majority of material found within 1944–46
Scope and Contents Forms; Two Special Request/Authorization forms for Kenneth D. Correll. -April 2, 1970 leave request "to visit my brother and family". -May 13, 1070 leave request for "Standby: to visit my mother and family".
Dates: Majority of material found within April 2–May 13, 1970
Identifier: OHP 024
Scope and Contents Peter Carle served aboard Intrepid as a radarman second class from December 1969 to November 1971. Carle began his interview by discussing his decision to join the Navy. Carle then described the training he had received from electronics school and radar school. He also recalled his assignment to Glynco Naval Air Station in Georgia, where he spent his time at C.I.C. school. Carle also noted that the training and experiences he received in the Navy had prepared him for his future job working with...
Dates: November 15, 2013
Identifier: OHP 017
Scope and Contents Richard Schacht served aboard Intrepid as an officer in the OI Division from 1966-1968, during the Vietnam War. Schacht began his interview by stating that he lived with severe asthma attacks throughout his childhood until his parents took him to a hospital in Biloxi, Mississippi where he was subsequently cured. He then stated that he received his B.S. in Business Administration from Northwestern University during the height of the Vietnam War, and explained his reasons for joining the Navy:...
Dates: August 18, 2013
Abstract Robert M. Roof was an Intrepid plankowner and worked in the Gunnery Department. He left the crew as a seaman first class on February 14, 1946. The Robert Roof papers contains newspaper clippings, Plans of the day, certificates, menus, records of his service aboard in Intrepid during World War II and beyond, as well as other various documents relating to his time in the Navy.
Dates: Majority of material found within 1944–85
Scope and Contents The Thomas Wargo papers contain items from his service aboard Intrepid from 1962-63. These papers include documents from his service aboard Intrepid, Ports of Call ephemera, and a booklet entitled "Going Back to Civilian Life."
Dates: Majority of material found within 1962–63