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USS KITTY HAWK   (CVA-63)
(later CV-63)



Flag Hoist/Radio Call Sign: November - Zulu - Foxtrot - Foxtrot

CLASS - KITTY HAWK
Displacement 60,100 Tons, Dimensions, 1047' (oa) x 129' 4" x 37' (Max)
Armament 4 Terrier-SAM, 100 Aircraft.
Armor, Unknown.
Machinery, 280,000 SHP; G.E. Geared Turbines, 4 screws
Speed, 34 Knots, Crew 4154-4580.

Operational and Building Data

Contract awarded on 1 October 1955 to New York Shipbuilding Corporation, Camden, N.J. Laid down 27 December 1956, launched 21 May 1960, commissioned 29 April 1961. Reclassified as a "Multi-Purpose Aircraft Carrier" (CV-63) on 29 April 1973. Decommissioned 12 May 2009.

Status:   Inactive, Out of Commission, in reserve. A Legacy Decommissioning Ceremony was held at Bremerton, Wash., on 31 January 2009.

The USS Kitty Hawk Veterans Association is in the process of raising funds to buy the ship.

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Construction, 1956 – 1961
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Keel laying, Thursday, 27 December 1956.

Ron Reeves.
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Under construction, Wednesday, 15 May 1957.

Ron Reeves.
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Under construction, Saturday, 27 July 1957.

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Under construction, Wednesday, 20 November 1957.

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Under construction, Wednesday, 16 July 1958.

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Under construction, Friday, 21 November 1958.

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Under construction, March 1959.

Ron Reeves.
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Under construction, Wednesday, 18 March 1959.

Ron Reeves.
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Under construction, Friday, 15 May 1959.

Ron Reeves.
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Under construction. Turbines go in.

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Under construction, Monday, 21 September 1959.

Ron Reeves.
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Under construction, Friday, 16 October 1959.

Ron Reeves.
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Under construction, Monday, 14 December 1959.

Ron Reeves.
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Bow view from drydock, December 1959 (Photo # 7634-157.)

Photo from the Harry Pierce collection (MSS 684) at the Camden County Historical Society, Camden, NJ.

Submitted by Ron Reeves.
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Under construction, Tuesday, 15 March 1960.

Ron Reeves.
Launching, Saturday, 21 May 1960
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Audience at launching (Photo # 7634-506.)

Photos from the Harry Pierce collection (MSS 684) at the Camden County Historical Society, Camden, NJ.

Submitted by Ron Reeves.
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Port side view at launching. Note Goodyear blimp over the crane (Photo # 7634-507.)

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Official party (l to r): Mrs. Harry W. Pierce, wife of President of NYSB; Mrs. Camilla F. McElroy, ship's sponsor, wife of former Secretary of Defense Neil H. McElroy; Mr. Neil H. McElroy, sixth Secretary of Defense (October 9, 1957 – December 1, 1959; Mr. Harry W. Pierce, Pres., NYSB (Photo # 7634-508.)

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RADM Ralph K. James, USN BUSHIPS (Photo # 7634-509.)

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Mr. William B. Franke, Secretary of the Navy (Photo # 7634-510.)

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Mrs. Camilla F. McElroy christens Kitty Hawk (Photo # 1967.310.)

Photo from the Independence Seaport Museum, New York Shipbuilding Corporation Collection.

Submitted by Bill Gonyo.
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First float and shift to an outfitting pier. It was a rainy and miserable Sunday morning [22 May 1960]. The Reedy Point was the first tug to enter the dock and put lines up to her stern. Also on the job were the tugs Justine, Brant, H.C. Jefferson, Quaker, J.H. Deinlein, U.S. Goheen, Venus, Trojan and B.M. Thomas. The shift from the graving dock to Pier 6 in Newton Creek started at 1100 and was completed at 1400. Of the ten tugs there that day, only the B.M. Thomas remains on the River (as of May 2010). These are two views of the shift and the well-worn B.M. Thomas, lying neglected at Pier 84 South.

Photos from the Philadelphia Maritime Museum.

Pictures and text submitted by Ron Reeves.
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Catapult testing, New York Shipbuilding Corporation, Camden, New Jersey.

Ron Reeves
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Builders trials, 21–24 February 1961. Kitty Hawk (CVA-63) heads out to sea for trials (NS0263bg), at sea on trials (NS0263bga), and returning from sea trials (NS0263bgb).

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Commissioning, Saturday, 29 April 1961
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Kitty Hawk shifting from New York SB to Philadelphia Naval Shipyard prior to her commissioning in April 1961.

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NS0263bj: About to enter Horse Shoe Bend with the Justine, B.M. Thomas and H.C. Jefferson on her port side.

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View of crowd in the hangar deck. ADM Arleigh A. Burke, Chief of Naval Operations (CNO), delivered the principal address and hailed Kitty Hawk as the "forerunner of a new and greatly improved line of carriers."

Ron Reeves
1961-1984
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"Meet Navy's Missile Carrier," All Hands magazine, June 1961 issue.

Wolfgang Hechler & Ron Reeves
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"US Navy Photos"
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"Giant carrier Kitty Hawk gets steam up in preparation for sea trials to check out San Francisco Naval Shipyard's work as her post-shakedown overhaul nears its end." San Francisco Naval Shipyard Drydocker, 30 March 1962 (vol. 19, no. 11).

Ron Reeves
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"Three big carriers tied up at [Hunters Point] Shipyard's waterfront make an impressive sight. They are from left: USS Ranger (CVA-61), Berths 6 & 7; USS Bon Homme Richard (CVA-31), Berths 8 & 9, and USS Kitty Hawk (CVA-63), Berths 10 & 11." April 1962.

Ron Reeves
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USS Kitty Hawk (CVA-63) refueling USS McKean (DDR-784), at right, and USS Harry E. Hubbard (DD-748) on 18 September 1962. Note that the carrier has ten A-3 Skywarrior heavy attack aircraft parked on her flight deck, amidships and aft. Planes parked forward include A-1, A-4, F-4 and F-8 types.

Official U.S. Navy Photograph (# KN-4113).

Scott Dyben
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USS Kitty Hawk (CVA-63) refueling USS Wedderburn (DD-684) near Subic Bay, late December 1962 or early January 1963. From the collection of R.L. "Bob" Clawson.

Carol Hipperson, author of Radioman: An Eyewitness Account of Pearl Harbor and World War II in the Pacific
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A Soviet Tupolev Tu-16 (Badger) as it overflies USS Kitty Hawk (CVA-63) in the North Pacific in January 1963. The Tu-16 is being "escorted" by F-4B Phantom IIs (USN photo).

Photo and text from "Aircraft Carriers," by Norman Polmar.

Robert Hurst
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USS Kitty Hawk (CVA-63) and USS Cimarron (AO-22), near Japan in the spring of 1963, as seen from USS Wedderburn (DD-684). From the collection of R.L. "Bob" Clawson.

Carol Hipperson, author of Radioman: An Eyewitness Account of Pearl Harbor and World War II in the Pacific
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Aerial view of USS Kitty Hawk (CVA-63) underway, circa 1963–1964. Official U.S. Navy photo.

Robert Hurst
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A page from USS Uhlmann's (DD-687) 1963–1964 Cruise Book. An UNREP with USS Hassayampa (AO-145) and USS Kitty Hawk (CVA-63), in the Western Pacific. This was Kitty Hawk's second WestPac deployment, 17 October 1963–20 July 1964.

Jim Pacetti (RD2)
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USS Kitty Hawk (CVA-63), and USS Turner Joy (DD-951) refueling from USS Kawishiwi (AO-146), 23 April 1964. Note the large "E" in a shield spelled out by crewmen on the carrier's flight deck. Photographed by PHCS Brown, USN.

Official U.S. Navy Photograph (# USN 1097351).

NHC
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USS Aludra (AF-55) resupplies USS Kitty Hawk (CVA-63) and USS Coontz (DLG-9) during a WestPac deployment, 1964.

EMC(SW) Brian Kroenung
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USS Kitty Hawk (CVA-63) Ship's Command History, 31 March–30 September 1964.

Allison Butts Roulier, daughter of RADM John L. Butts, Jr., 4th Commanding Officer, USS Kitty Hawk
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An aviator's view of the flight deck, circa 1965–66.

Mike Haywood
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A Douglas A-4C Skyhawk (BuNo 149495) of attack squadron VA-113 "Stingers" landing on the aircraft carrier USS Kitty Hawk (CVA-63) in March 1966. VA-113 was assigned to Attack Carrier Air Wing Eleven (CVW-11) and deployed to Vietnam aboard Kitty Hawk, 19 October 1965–13 June 1966. U.S. Navy photo.

Robert Hurst
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A Kaman UH-2A Seasprite plane guard helicopter (BuNo 149742) of helicopter combat support squadron HC-1 Det. C "Pacific Fleet Angels" hovering over the aircraft carrier USS Kitty Hawk (CVA-63) during a deployment to Vietnam in March 1966. U.S. Navy photo.

Robert Hurst
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A Douglas A-1H Skyraider (BuNo 135263) of attack squadron VA-115 "Arabs," Carrier Air Wing Eleven (CVW-11), on the aircraft carrier USS Kitty Hawk (CVA-63) in 1966. The plane is armed with six Mk-117 750-lb bombs for a mission over Vietnam. (BuNo 135263 was transferred to USAF as 52-135263. It was shot down by AAA over southern Laos on 28 July 1970, while assigned to the 1st Special Operations Squadron (SOS), 56th Special Operations Wing (SOW). Its pilot, Maj. P.B. Lee bailed out and was rescued.)

In the background are two McDonnell F-4G Phantom IIs (BuNos 150481 and 150487) of fighter squadron VF-213 "Black Lions." These Phantoms are two of the short-lived USN F-4G's: 12 were converted from F-4B's with AN/ASW-12 two-way datalink communication system and approach power compensator which, coupled with the shipboard AN/SPN-10 radar and AN/USC-1 datalink, allowed hands-off carrier landings. All were later rebuilt as F-4B's. BuNo 140481 was retired as an F-4N on 11 December 1981, BuNo 150487 had been lost at sea due to an inflight fire on 18 September 1972.

U.S. Navy Photo.

Robert Hurst
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Two F-4B Phantom IIs of VF-114 "Aardvarks" enroute to targets in North Vietnam. Photo is dated 16 April 1967.

From the collection of CDR Thomas B. Ray (USS Essex CV‑9),
via Chris Stanley
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F-4B Phantom II, BuNo 153008, modex NH207, assigned to Fighter Squadron (VF) 114 "Aardvarks," deployed to WestPac and Vietnam, 5 November 1966–20 June 1967, aboard USS Kitty Hawk (CVA-63). (BuNo 153008 was later converted to F-4N.)

Photo is dated 28 April 1967.

From the collection of CDR Thomas B. Ray (USS Essex), via Chris Stanley
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A-6A Intruder, assigned to Attack Squadron (VA) 85 "Black Falcons," launches from USS Kitty Hawk (CVA-63), for an air-attack strike on North Vietnam. U.S. Navy photo # 1122595, by photographer J.W. Bakker, dated 14 May 1967.

From the collection of CDR Thomas B. Ray (USS Essex), via Chris Stanley
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"South China Sea—Three A-6A Intruder aircraft of [Attack] Squadron 85[, 'Black Falcons,'] are returning from a bombing mission over North Vietnam. The aircraft are home based aboard the attack aircraft carrier USS Kitty Hawk (CVA-63)."

U.S. Navy photo # 1122702, taken in May 1967 by Reconnaissance Attack Squadron (RVAH) 13 "Bats."

From the collection of CDR Thomas B. Ray (USS Essex CV‑9),
via Chris Stanley
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Overhead look at Aircraft Carriers and Amphibious Assault Ships (Helicopter) at Long Beach Naval Shipyard, July 1967. Left to right: USS Kitty Hawk (CVA-63), USS Bennington (CVS-20), USS Kearsarge (CVS-33), USS Princeton (LPH-5), USS Valley Forge (LPH-8), USS Yorktown (CVS-10, top right corner).

Richard Miller BMCS USNR Ret. USS Vega
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USS Kitty Hawk underway circa 1968, location unknown. USN photo.

Robert Hurst
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USS Kitty Hawk underway in the Pacific in the 1970s, with four E-2 Hawkeyes and an A-7 Corsair II on the flight deck.

Robert Hurst
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USS Beacon (PG-99) alongside Kitty Hawk (CVA-63). US Navy photo from the December 1970 edition of "All Hands" Magazine.

Joe Radigan
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Official US Navy photograph of USS Kitty Hawk underway with Carrier Air Wing 11 (CVW-11) circa 1975, location unknown.

David Buell

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"Attack Aircraft Carrier Kitty Hawk." (From a Russian publication).

This drawing shows Kitty Hawk in the late 1970s, with SPS-43A and SPS-48C radars and two 8-cell BPDMS launchers.

Alex Tatchin
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An elevated starboard quarter view of USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) underway, July 1977. US Navy photo by PH1 A. Legare (DVIC id: DN-SC-86-00162).

Kitty Hawk departed San Diego on March 8, 1976 and four days later entered drydock at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard in Bremerton, WA, to commence a 100-million dollar complex overhaul scheduled to last 12.5 months. This overhaul configured Hawk to operate with the F-14 Tomcat and S-3A Viking aircraft in a total CV sea control mode. This included adding spaces for storage, ordnance handling and maintenance facilities for the two aircraft. Also included in the work package were more efficient work areas for air frames and a repair facility for ground support equipment and the addition of avionics support capability for the S-3. The ship also replaced the Terrier Surface-to-Air missile system with the NATO Sea Sparrow system, and added elevators and modified weapons magazines to provide an increased capability for handling and stowing the newer, larger air launched weapons. The carrier completed the overhaul in March 1977 and departed the shipyard April 1 of that year to return to San Diego.

Defense Visual Information Center
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USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) underway with Carrier Air Wing 11 (CVW-11), circa 1977–1978, location unknown.

Robert Hurst
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USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) island structure at dusk, circa early 1979, at NAS North Island.

Richard Stiles
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Two crewmen move Mk-82 500-pound bombs past two parked A-6 Intruder attack aircraft during flight deck operations aboard USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63), 1979. US Navy photo by ENS A. Legare (DVIC id: DN-SN-85-11093).

Defense Visual Information Center
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Crewmen inside the flight deck control center aboard USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) use a table to simulate the arrangement of aircraft on the carrier's flight deck, December 15, 1979. US Navy photo by PHC Ken George (DVIC id: DN-SN-85-06358).

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USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) underway in the late 1970s–early 1980s.

Robert Hurst
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71k Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, April 1981 — A port bow view of USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) as crewmen form the number "200,000" on the flight deck. An S-3A Viking has just made the 200,000th aircraft landing aboard the aircraft carrier. US Navy photo by PH2 Michael McMillan (DVIC id # DNSC8200170). Defense Visual Information Center
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A Grumman A-6E Intruder (BuNo 155670) from Attack Squadron (VA) 52 "Knightriders," part of Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 15, in 1981.

Official U.S. Navy photo, available from DefenseImagery.mil (# DN-SC-84-05437). Although dated 15 January 1984, this cannot be correct. BuNo 155670 wore modex NL503 for just one deployment to WestPac with USS Kitty Hawk, 1 April–23 November 1981. In 1984 VA-52 and CVW-15 were teamed with USS Carl Vinson (CVN-70), and 155670 was no longer attached to the "Knightriders." BuNo 155670 was manufactured as an A-6A, later upgraded to the A-6E standard, and was sunk as an artificial reef after its retirement.

Robert Hurst
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98k A starboard bow view of USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) en route to Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremerton, WA, for a year-long overhaul, January 1982. US Navy photo by PHC Chesterfield (DVIC id # DN-SC-87-11542). Defense Visual Information Center
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USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63), left, and USS Constellation (CV-64). NAS North Island, San Diego, Calif., circa 1984.

Richard Miller BMCS USNR Ret.
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A barricade restrains an F-14A Tomcat (BuNo 161296, modex NE107) from VF-1 "Wolfpack" during an emergency landing aboard USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63), 30 June 1984. The Tomcat had to make a barricade arrestment due to a sheared starboard strut. The recovery was successful; no injuries were sustained.

U.S. Navy photo by PH3 Hall, available from DefenseImagery.mil (# DN-ST-87-11416).

Robert Hurst
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Crew members use an NP-50 crane to remove a damaged F-14A Tomcat from the flight deck after an emergency barricade landing aboard USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63), 30 June 1984. (See above.)

U.S. Navy photo by PH3 Hall, available from DefenseImagery.mil (# DN-ST-87-11420).

Robert Hurst

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