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Contributed by Mike Smolinski

USS CONSTELLATION   (CVA-64)
(later CV-64)



Flag Hoist/Radio Call Sign: November - November - Uniform - Lima
Tactical Voice Radio Call: "WAR CHIEF"

CLASS - KITTY HAWK
Displacement 60,100 Tons, Dimensions, 1047' 6" (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 July 1956 to the New York Naval Shipyard, Brooklyn, N.Y. Laid down 14 September 1957, launched 8 October 1960, commissioned 27 October 1961. Reclassified as a "Multi-Purpose Aircraft Carrier" (CV-64) on 30 June 1975. Decommissioned 7 August 2003. Struck from the Navy List on 2 December 2003.

Status: Stricken, to be disposed of (Maintenance Category X). NAVSEA Inactive Ships On-site Maintenance Office, Bremerton, WA.


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Under Construction, 1957–1961
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The future USS Constellation (CVA-64) in the early stages of her construction.

Tom Armstrong,
USS Constellation 1968–69
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Constellation (CVA-64) under construction at the New York Naval Shipyard, Brooklyn, N.Y., in 1960. The original print bears the rubber-stamped date 4 October 1960.

Official U.S. Navy Photograph, from the collections of the Naval Historical Center (# NH 98608).

NHC
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Constellation (CVA-64) was christened on Saturday, 8 October 1960, by Mrs. Christian A. Herter, wife of the Secretary of State.

S. Dale Hargrave
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USS Constellation 1968–69
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Tragedy struck the ship in the last stages of her building. On Monday, 19 December 1960, a catastrophic fire caused the loss of 50 workers, plus $75 million in damages and a seven-month delay in her construction.

Tommy Trampp
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"(NY33) NEW YORK, Dec. 19 [, 1960]—REMOVE INJURED WORKMAN—Policemen—one holding mask over the injured man's face—prepare to remove workman from the scene of fire today aboard carrier Constellation in Brooklyn Navy Yard. At right is body of a victim of the blaze that swept the unfinished carrier. (AP Wirephoto)"

Ron Reeves
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"(NY26) NEW YORK, Dec. 21 [, 1960]—GUTTED INTERIOR OF CARRIER—This is general view of hangar deck of fire-ravaged aircraft carrier Constellation in Brooklyn Navy Yard, New York, today—two days after fire swept the unfinished super carrier and caused an estimated $75 million damage. Men are at work on the deck inspecting and cleaning up the gutted interior. The fire started when volatile fuel leaked from tank located in vicinity of the cluster of lights, at center. Part of insulation hangs from ceiling and in front of wooden scaffolding that stretches above deck from right to left. (AP Wirephoto)"

Ron Reeves
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Newspaper clippings related to christening and fire, and a better copy of one of the photos.

Tom Armstrong,
USS Constellation,
1968–69
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More newspaper clippings related to fire, 19 December 1960.

Tom Armstrong,
USS Constellation,
1968–69
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Fire aboard Constellation (CVA-64), 19 December 1960.

Tom Armstrong,
USS Constellation,
1968–69
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A plaque in the hangar bay remembered the names of the 50 workers who lost their lives on 19 December 1960.

(Photo by Tom Armstrong, 1998.)

Tom Armstrong,
USS Constellation,
1968–69
1961–1982
CVA-64 Constellation
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Early 1960s, location unknown.

Paul McCusker comments: "During 1962 at Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico, live missiles were launched at remote control drones. This may be one of the pictures. I was a yellow shirt on the flight deck and remember seeing these launches."

Josh Smith
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USS Constellation (CVA-64) about to pass under the Brooklyn Bridge, 12 July 1962, as she leaves Brooklyn, New York, bound for her new homeport, San Diego, California. Note Connie's tilted mast, and the city of New York in the background.

Tom Armstrong,
USS Constellation,
1968–69
CVA-64 Constellation
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Head on view of USS Constellation (CVA-64) underway, with Carrier Air Group (CVG) 14, dated 15 August 1963. Official U.S. Navy photo # 1094887 by D.P. Perret, PHC.

From the collection of CDR Thomas B. Ray (USS Essex), via Chris Stanley
CVA-64 Constellation
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"Underway view of USS Constellation (CVA-64)." From the NAVSEA Journal.

Circa 1963-1965.

Bob Bush
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Saturday, 19 September 1964. "ON SPECIAL ALERT IN VIET NAM AREA—Units of the U.S. Seventh Fleet were placed on special alert today after reports of a new incident in the Gulf of Tonkin off North Viet Nam. The U.S. aircraft carrier Constellation, part of the Seventh Fleet, is shown last Sunday, her flight deck jammed with atack bombers, as she stood by off Saigon during the unsuccessful coup d'etat against regime of Premier Nguyen Khanh. (AP Wirephoto)(tdi171030fls)"

Tommy Trampp
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1964 typhoon Dot track
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USS Manatee (AO-58) and USS Coontz (DLG-9) alongside USS Constellation (CVA-64) during Typhoon Dot, October 1964. Digitized from an 8-mm movie.

Several Carrier Air Wing 14 (CVW-14) aircraft, particularly Fighting Squadron 143 (VF-143) "Pukin Dogs" F-4B Phantom IIs, can be seen on Connie's flight deck. CVW-14 planes had taken part in Operation Pierce Arrow, August 5, 1964 the retaliatory strikes on North Vietnamese PT boat bases following attacks on USN destroyers Maddox (DD-731) and Turner Joy (DD-951).

Typhoon Dot, 36th storm of the 1964 Pacific typhoon season, hit northern Luzon, Philippines on October 9 as an 80 mph (129 km/h) storm. It continued northwestward, and reached a peak of 100 mph (161 km/h) before hitting near Hong Kong on October 13. (Typhoon track image courtesy of Wikipedia).

Format: Windows Media (silent)  Duration: 3' 49"  Size: 320 x 240

© Cliff Coffey
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A North American RA-5C Vigilante of Reconnaissance Attack Squadron (RVAH) 12 "Speartips" beginning its reconnaissance flight off North Vietnam in 1967. RVAH-12 was assigned to Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 14 aboard the aircraft carrier USS Constellation (CVA-64) for a deployment to Vietnam, 29 April–4 December 1967. U.S. Navy photo from the USS Constellation 1967 cruise book.

Robert Hurst
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Various U.S. Navy aircraft of Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 14 on the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS Constellation (CVA-64) during a deployment to Vietnam from 29 April to 4 December 1967. In the foreground are: a North American RA-5C Vigilante (BuNo 149300) from Reconnaissance Attack Squadron (RVAH) 12 "Speartips"; a Douglas A-4C Skyhawk (BuNo 149579, "City of Selma") from Attack Squadron (VA) 146 "Blue Diamonds"; a black-painted Douglas RA-3B Skywarrior (BuNo 144847) from Heavy Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron (VAP) 61 "World Recorders"; an A-4C (BuNo 149508) from VA-55 "Warhorses"; and a Grumman A-6A Intruder (BuNo 152637) from VA-196 "Main Battery." USN Photo.

U.S. Navy National Museum of Naval Aviation photo No. 1996.253.3812.

Robert Hurst
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"CAPT J.M. Thomas, CO of the USS Constellation, and CAPT C.N. Conatser, Chief of Staff of ???, stand on the flight deck of the USS Constallation (CVA-64)."

Photo # CVA-64-16351-10-67, by PH2 R.J. Lincoln, 31 October 1967.

Tommy Trampp
CVA-64 Constellation
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USS Constellation (CVA-64) entering San Diego on Sunday, 18 February 1968, as seen from Point Loma.

Photos by Walter F. Loetell, Jr., ETR2,
USS Sumner County (LST 1148), 1966–1968
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A 17-picture set of an UNREP conducted during WestPac '68, 29 May 1968–31 January 1969. Fleet oiler USS Hassayampa (AO-145) refuels USS Constellation (CVA-64) and guided-missile frigate (later destroyer) USS Coontz (DLG-9), as seen from destroyer USS Jenkins (DD-447). Judging from the ships' operational chronologies, the most likely date is mid-December 1968 or early January 1969.

The Air Wing for this cruise was Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 14, tail code "NK," made up of the following squadrons:

  • VAH-10 "Vikings," Det. 64, with KA-3B Skywarriors.
  • VAW-13 "Zappers," Det. 64, with EKA-3B Skywarriors.
  • RVAH-5 "Savage Sons," with RA-5C Vigilantes.
  • VF-142 "Ghosriders," with F-4B Phantom IIs.
  • VF-143 "Pukin Dogs," with F-4B Phantom IIs.
  • VA-196 "Main Battery," with A-6A & B Intruders.
  • VA-97 "Warhawks," with A-7A Corsair IIs.
  • VA-27 "Royal Maces," with A-7A Corsair IIs.
  • VAW-113 "Black Eagles," with E-2A Hawkeyes.
  • HC-1 "Pacific Fleet Angels," Det. 64, with UH-2C Sea Sprites.
Stan Underhill, SMSN
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CVA-64 Constellation
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CVA-64 Constellation
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USS Constellation (CVA-64) as seen from USS Coontz (DLG-9), July 1969. "Naval Aviation News," November 1969 issue, photograph.

EMC(SW) Brian Kroenung
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799k Large image. Arriving in Sasebo one AM during the 1969-70 time period.  © William P. Jones, M.D.
Medical Officer AFS-3
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Three photos taken during an underway replenishment from USS Niagara Falls (AFS-3) at Yankee Station, 1970.

© William P. Jones, M.D.
Medical Officer AFS-3
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USS Constellation (CVA-64) underway with Carrier Air Wing Nine (CVW-9), 1971-1972. (DVIC id: DFST8302598).

Defense Visual Information Center
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USS Constellation (CVA-64) executing a turn whilst on station in the South China Sea, circa 1974.

Robert Hurst
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A Douglas EA-3B Skywarrior (BuNo 146452) from Fleet Air Reconnaissance Squadron (VQ) 1 Det.64 "World Watchers" in flight over the South China Sea. VQ-1 Det.64 was assigned to Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 9 aboard the aircraft carrrier USS Constellation (CVA-64) for a deployment to the Western Pacific and the Indian Ocean from 21 June to 22 December 1974. USN photo. U.S. Navy National Museum of Naval Aviation photo No. 1996.253.3421.

Robert Hurst
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Undated, good overhead showing good flight deck detail.

Compare this photo to 026436 and 026406.

USN
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100k Good undated image of Constellation leaving port, the air wing will fly out and meet the ship underway later. William F. Yannayon Sr.
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"USS Constellation (CVA-64) sitting snugly in the drydock at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard; note that her huge flight deck neatly overhangs the 180-foot-wide dock on both sides. CVA-64 will remain in drydock for nearly six months of her year-long overhaul." From the NAVSEA Journal.

During this overhaul (February 1975-April 1976) Connie was modified to perform the Navy's new role for carriers: air, surface and antisubmarine warfare — she was redesignated CV-64 on June 30, 1975. After the overhaul Constellation could operate both the F-14A Tomcat and the then new S-3A Viking.

Bob Bush
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Undated (circa 1977–79?) overhead view of E-2C Hawkeye BuNo 159501, of Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron (VAW) 126, of Carrier AEW Wing 12, based at Norfolk, VA. At sea the squadron was attached to Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 9, and was embarked aboard the aircraft carrier USS Constellation (CV-64). US Navy photo.

Robert Hurst
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San Diego, 1977.

Richard Miller BMCS USNR Ret.
CV-64 Constellation
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USS Constellation (CV-64), Yokosuka, Japan, 11 November 1977. Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 9. Seen from USS Jouett (CG-29).

Carl T. Orbann
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CV-64 Constellation
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USS Constellation (CV-64) pier side at NAS North Island, San Diego, July–August 1978.

Richard Stiles
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CV-64 Constellation
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USS Constellation (CV-64) deploying to WestPac with Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 9, 26 September 1978.

Richard Stiles
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CV-64 Constellation
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Official photo purchased aboard USS Constellation (CV-64) in 1981. Judging from Air Wing composition, it must have been taken in 1978–1979.

Paul Jarvis
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Aerial view of USS Constellation (CV-64), possibly taken around 1979.

Photo from the Charleston Naval Shipyard photo lab, now in the collection of Mr. Palmer Olliff.

Palmer Olliff, via Robert Hall
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USS Constellation (CV-64) underway with Carrier Air Wing Nine (CVW-9) aboard, possibly in May 1979, nearing the end of "Connie"'s 11th deployment to WestPac. This deployment was scheduled to end in March, but was extended in reaction to a political crisis in Yemen. CVW-9 included F-14A Tomcats, A-7E Corsair IIs, A-6E and KA-6D Intruders, S-3A Vikings, E-2C Hawkeyes, EA-6B Prowlers, RF-8G Crusaders and SH-3H Sea Kings.

Richard Miller BMCS USNR Ret.
CV-64 Constellation
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Oblique port bow view of (front to back) the aircraft carrier USS Constellation (CV-64), a Mars-class combat stores ship and the guided missile cruiser USS Leahy (CG-16) underway, December 1979. US Navy photo (DVIC id: DNST8511030).

Defense Visual Information Center
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The combat stores ship USS Niagara Falls (AFS-3), alongside the aircraft carrier USS Constellation (CV-64) and the guided missile cruiser USS Leahy (CG-16), underway in the South China Sea whilst part of Carrier Task Force 77.7. (This picture seems to have been taken at the same time as photo NS026443, above).

Robert Hurst
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Bow view of USS Constellation (CV-64) underway, December 1979. US Navy photo (DVIC id: DNST8511032).

Defense Visual Information Center
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USS Constellation (CV-64) with Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 9, circa 1980–1982.

Robert Hurst
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An aerial starboard side view of the stern section of USS Constellation (CV-64), as an A-7E Corsair II aircraft approaches for a landing on the flight deck, July 1980. US Navy photo by PH1 Dave Maclean (DVIC id: DNSN8402115).

Defense Visual Information Center
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An aerial starboard view of the amidships section of USS Constellation (CV-64), as an A-7E Corsair II aircraft comes to a halt during an arrested landing on the flight deck, July 1980. US Navy photo by PH1 Dave Maclean (DVIC id: DNSN8402117).

Defense Visual Information Center
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An aerial starboard view of the forward section of USS Constellation (CV-64), as an A-6E Intruder aircraft begins to bank to the left after a catapult assisted takeoff from the flight deck, July 1980. US Navy photo by PH1 Dave Maclean (DVIC id: DNSN8402121).

Defense Visual Information Center
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A port bow view of USS Constellation (CV-64) and the destroyer USS Fife (DD-991) underway off the coast of California, August 1981. On August 20, during this workup cycle, President Ronald Reagan visited "Connie" and proclaimed the carrier "America's Flagship" while presenting the crew a presidential flag.

US Navy photo (DVIC id: DNSC8201441).

Defense Visual Information Center
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"President Ronald Reagan, in his role of 'Commander-in-Chief' of the Armed Forces, made his first visit to an aircraft carrier, the U.S.S. Constellation, 55 miles off the California coast. Addressing the 5,000 officers and crew, Reagan reaffirmed his pledge of 'a 600 ship Navy ... a Navy large enough to deter any aggressions.' After viewing air and sea operations, the elated President was heard to enthusiastically declare the entire visit, 'a Yankee Doodle Day.' August 20, 1981"

Postcard published by Coral-Lee, Rancho Cordova, CA.

Tommy Trampp
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COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF

PRESIDENT RONALD REAGAN

visits

U.S.S. CONSTELLATION (CV-64)

August 20, 1981

Captain Dennis Brooks, United States Navy
Commanding

Tom Armstrong,
USS Constellation 1968–69
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An EA-6B Prowler in the hangar deck, early 1980s.

Photo by James C. "Jim" Comfort, EMFN at the time
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Shipboard duty, early 1980s.

Photo by James C. "Jim" Comfort, EMFN at the time
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UNREP at sunrise, early 1980s.

Photo by James C. "Jim" Comfort, EMFN at the time
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Twilight on the island, circa 1982.

Greg Brown
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An air-to-air right side view of a Soviet Tupolev Tu-95 (NATO designation is Bear) aircraft and a U.S. Navy F-14A Tomcat fighter, top. The F-14A is from Fighter Squadron 211 (VF-211), "Fighting Checkmates," embarked aboard USS Constellation (CV-64). Western Pacific Ocean, early 1982.

US Navy photo (DVIC id: DF-SN-82-03604).

Defense Visual Information Center
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An F-14A Tomcat from Fighter Squadron 211 (VF-211), "Fighting Checkmates," lands aboard USS Constellation (CV-64) during flight demonstrations for Secretary of Defense Caspar Weinberger. Indian Ocean, February 10, 1982.

US Navy photo (DVIC id: DN-ST-82-04892).

Defense Visual Information Center
Patches
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USS Constellation, CV-64, 1797-1961.

Joe Radigan
CV-64 Constellation
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USS Constellation, CV-64, 1797-1961.

Tommy Trampp
CVA-64 Constellation
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USS Constellation, CVA-64, Centurion.

A "Centurion" is an aviator who has made 100 landings on one carrier. Typically a "Centurion" patch is issued and proudly worn on the flight jacket.

Tommy Trampp
CV-64 Constellation
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Indian Ocean-WestPac '87, April 11–October 13, 1987.

Robert M. Cieri
CV-64 Constellation
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Connie's Escort Service [Operation Earnest Will, the escorting of reflagged Kuwaiti tankers in the Persian Gulf as a result of Iranian attacks against international shipping] — 24 hours — Indian Ocean — 1987.

Robert M. Cieri
CV-64 Constellation
NS026473b
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Why Steam? — Flanchorops DGAR [Diego Garcia] 87.

Robert M. Cieri
CV-64 Constellation
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"South American Vacation '90."

"With CVW-9 embarked, Connie departed San Diego on 12 February 1990 for the East Coast. Following exercises with the air forces of several South American countries while en route and preparations at Norfolk, Va., Constellation entered Philadelphia Naval Shipyard, Pa., in July to begin a $800-million, three-year Service Life Extension Program (SLEP) [completed in March 1993]." Quoted from "America's Flagship: A History of USS Constellation (CVA/CV 64)," by Mike Weeks (Naval Aviation News, March–April 2004, page 17).

Robert M. Cieri
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"Round the Horn 1990."

(See above.)

Robert M. Cieri
CV-64 Constellation
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WestPac, Indian Ocean and Persian Gulf Cruise, 10 November 1994–10 May 1995.

USS Constellation (CV-64) with Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 2.

Robert M. Cieri
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Operation Southern Watch, Groundhog Station, January–March 1995.

USS Constellation (CV-64) with Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 2, 1994–1995 Cruise (see above).

Robert M. Cieri
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WestPac '99.

USS Constellation (CV-64) with Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 2, 18 June–17 December 1999.

Robert M. Cieri
"Welcome Aboard", Cruise Books, and other Memorabilia
CVA-64 Constellation
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Christening of Constellation (CVA-64), October 8, 1960, New York Naval Shipyard, Brooklyn, New York.

Ron Reeves
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Cover of Cruise Book, 1968–1969 (29 May 1968–31 January 1969).

Tom Armstrong,
USS Constellation,
1968–69
CV-64 Constellation
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(Cover)

Richard Miller BMCS USNR Ret.
CVA-64 Constellation
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Welcome Aboard booklet, circa 1965.

Tom Armstrong, USS Constellation, 1968–69
CV-64 Constellation
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7.64M

Complete, 16-page VIPs Welcome Aboard booklet. Circa 1990–93.

Tom Armstrong, USS Constellation, 1968–69
CV-64 Constellation
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Different cover for the same VIPs Welcome Aboard booklet.

Tom Armstrong, USS Constellation, 1968–69
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Welcome Aboard booklet, 1994–1996.

Tom Armstrong, USS Constellation, 1968–69
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Complete, 16-page Welcome Aboard booklet, 1996.

Tom Armstrong, USS Constellation, 1968–69
CV-64 Constellation
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Complete, 16-page Welcome Aboard booklet, 23 April 1998.

Tom Armstrong, USS Constellation, 1968–69
CV-64 Constellation
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Suicide prevention.

Tom Armstrong, USS Constellation, 1968–69
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Post Office.

Tom Armstrong, USS Constellation, 1968–69
CV-64 Constellation
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Model of USS Constellation (CVA / CV-64), with a brass plate.

Courtesy of All Wood Ships
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For more information about this ship, see:

USS CONSTELLATION CVA-64 History
View This Vessels DANFS History Entry
(Located On The Naval Historical Center Website.)

Crew Contact and Reunion Information
USS Constellation Association Website

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