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  • USS  (CVAN-65) at anchor, 1963 or 1964.
  • USS  (AOE-1) alongside USS  (CVAN-65), Tonkin Gulf in 1966.
  • USS  (CVAN-65) arrives in San FranciscoBay, 21 June 1966, after her first Vietnam Cruise.

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U.S. Navy North American A3J-1 s—BuNos 149283 (shot down over North Vietnam, 1968), 149282, 148932 (destroyed in fire aboard ,1967), 149279 & 149276—of Heavy Attack Squadron (VAH) 7 "Peacemakers of the Fleet," along with a solitary Douglas A4D-2N (BuNo 150593) of Attack Squadron (VA) 76 "Spirits," and McDonnell F4H-1 of Fighter Squadron (VF) 102 "Diamondbacks" are shown parked on the flight deck of the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS (CVAN-65), most likely in 1962. USN photo.

A U.S. Navy McDonnell F4H-1 (later F-4B) , BuNo 148388, modex AF111, of Fighter Squadron (VF) 102 "Diamondbacks," piloted by LT John S. Bricker, makes the 1,000th recorded landing aboard the aircraft carrier USS (CVAN-65), 15 February1962. USN photo.

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USS (CVAN-65) arrives in San FranciscoBay, 6 July 1967, after her second Vietnam Cruise, "her aircraft having completed 13,435 catapult launches,flying 13,392 battle missions during 132 days of combat operations, 11,470 sorties, the ship steaming67,630 miles within the 7th Fleet. [...] Both the ship and CVW-9 were later awarded the Navy UnitCommendation." (Quoted from DANFS, .)