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Patch at left courtesy of CAPT Gene Oleson, CHC, USN (Ret) (bluejacket.com)
Crest at right courtesy of USS Saratoga Association

USS SARATOGA   (CVA-60)
(later CV-60)


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Memorabilia
Christening Program, October 8, 1955
CVA-60 Saratoga
NS02-cv60-cp01h
106k

Cover of the Christening Program, Saturday, October 8, 1955. New York Naval Shipyard, Brooklyn, New York.

Robert M. Cieri
S. Dale Hargrave
Commissioning Program, April 14, 1956
CVA-60 Saratoga
NS026055
148k

Cover of the Commissioning Program, Saturday, April 14, 1956.

Robert M. Cieri
Change of Command Ceremonies
CVA-60 Saratoga
NS02-cv60-coc01c
134k

Invitation and Program for the Change of Command Ceremony at which Captain John E. Lacouture, U.S. Navy, was relieved by Captain Jack M. James, U.S. Navy.

Friday, October 2, 1964. Aboard USS Saratoga (CVA-60), Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Portsmouth, Virginia.

Robert M. Cieri
CVA-60 Saratoga
NS02-cv60-coc02c
81k
CVA-60 Saratoga
NS02-cv60-coc03c
105k
CVA-60 Saratoga
NS02-cv60-coc04c
67k
CVA-60 Saratoga
NS02-cv60-coc05c
262k
Welcome Aboard
CV-60 Saratoga
NS02-cv60-wa69g
2.88M

In Spanish, 1969–1970.

Manuel García García
CV-60 Saratoga
NS02-cv60-wa7576c
252k

1975–1976.

Robert M. Cieri
CV-60 Saratoga
NS02-cv60-wa84g
9.62M

April 1984.

Manuel García García
CV-60 Saratoga
NS02-cv60-wa8586c
116k

1985–1986.

Robert M. Cieri
CV-60 Saratoga
NS02-cv60-wa8890c
181k

1988–1990.

Robert M. Cieri
CV-60 Saratoga
NS02-cv60-wa91c
150k

"After The Storm," 1991.

Robert M. Cieri
Decommissioning Program, August 20, 1994
CV-60 Saratoga
NS026056
91k

Cover of the Decommissioning Program, August 20, 1994.

Robert M. Cieri
Newspaper Clippings
CVA-60 Saratoga
NS026014
155k

"Three years, five months, and 17 days from the time her keel was laid, the world's largest and most powerful ship, the aircraft carrier Saratoga, went to sea for the first time June 2 for builder's sea trial".

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CVA-60 Saratoga
NS026015
366k

"The Navy's latest aircraft carrier, Saratoga, is probably the most powerful and deadliest warship afloat".

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CVA-60 Saratoga
NS026016
128k

"U.S.S. Saratoga (CVA-60)" newspaper, Commissioning Edition.

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Season's Greetings
CVA-60 Saratoga
NS026037
15k

Season's Greetings.

Jack Treutle
Patches
CVA-60 Saratoga
NS026054
Contributed by Robert M. Cieri
209Kb
CVA-60 Saratoga
NS026051
Contributed by Robert M. Cieri
287Kb
CV-60 Saratoga
NS026052
Contributed by Robert M. Cieri
240Kb
CV-60 Saratoga
NS026036
Contributed by Jack Treutle
43Kb
  CV-60 Saratoga
NS026053
Contributed by Robert M. Cieri
239Kb
CV-60 Saratoga
NS026051a
Contributed by Tommy Trampp
25Kb
 
Zippos
CVA-60 Saratoga
NS-cv60-za01
Extremely rare and hand painted, Town & Country produced by Zippo for the Satatoga just before her commissioning, c.1956
Contributed by John A. Altfeltis, USN Retired
149Kb
CVA-60 Saratoga
NS-cv60-za02
Produced during the height of the Vietnam War, 1969
Contributed by John A. Altfeltis, USN Retired
157Kb

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