Intrepid (CVS 11) - Naval Cruise Book

 - Class of 1968

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EXECUTIVE OFFICERS Captain William F. Sallada, anativeof Cincinnati, Ohio, assumed his duties as Executive Officer of INTREPID in October 1968. A Naval aviator, he served as Commanding Officer of Attack Squadron 174, the Atlantic Coast Corsair Replacement Squadron, flying A7A Corsair II ' s, prior to his assignment to INTREPID. Captain Sallada, whose father and brother are both Navymen, was commissioned in June 1948 upon graduation from the U. S. Naval Academy and won his aviator ' s wings in December 1949. Subsequent assignments sent him to the Mediterranean and on a Korean combat cruise flying the F4U Corsair. In 1959-1962, Captain Sallada attended the U. S. Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, where he received Bachelor and Master ' s degrees in Aeronautical Engineering. Attack Squadron 86 was his next assignment, first as Executive Officer and then as Commanding Officer during a Vietnam deployment in 1965, flying the A4E Skyhawk. A tour as Attack Training Officer on the staff of Commander, Naval Air Force Atlantic, followed. Captain Sallada ' s awards include the Distin- guished Flying Cross, Air Medals, Navy Commend- ation Medals and Navy Unit Commendations. His campaign and service medals include Korean Service United Nations Service, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal (Vietnam), Vietnam Service Medal, RVN Campaign Medal and Occupation Medal (Europe and Asia) with clasps. Captain W. F. Sallada Commander T.D.Brown Commander Thomas D. Brown, the first pilot ever to shoot down a Regulus II missile with an air-to-air missile assumed his duties as Executive Officer of INTREPID in July 1967. He was formerly the ship ' s Weapons Officer. Originally from Port Washington, Long Island, New York, Commander Brown is a graduate of the Citadel and has attended the Armed Forces Staff College. He was commissioned an Ensign on January 1, 1944 and was designated a Naval aviator. He served as a fighter pilot in the Pacific Theater during World War II and again on Formosa in 1958. During his stint on Formosa, Commander Brown was Executive Officer of the U. S. Air Force ' s 83rd Fighter Squadron. Before reporting to INTREPID in October 1966, Commander Brown was Commanding Officer of Composite Squadron Ten. His missile-downing achievement came in 1962 at the Naval Missile Center at Point Magu, California. He was flying an F4 Phantom when he earned the distinction. Among Commander Brown ' s service decorations are the Distinguished Flying Cross, Joint Services Commendation Medal, the Bronze Star, the Air Force Commendation Medal, Navy Unit Commend- ation, a Navy Unit Citation and the U. S. Air Force Citation. In May 1968 he was awarded the Vietnam Distinguished Service Medal.

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