I'm a U.S. Navy Veteran and this was the first time I stepped foot on a carrier since I flew off the U.S.S. Eisenhower back in 1979. The volunteers and staff onboard the Intrepid were terrific and patient, explaining various portions of the boat to anybody with questions. Some of the displays, including the aircraft could use a little touching up, but these are old aircraft and there were many signs that maintenance is constantly occurring throughout the museum. A carrier can be a very confusing place to navigate below decks, but it was very clear where you could and could not go as you walked around the boat. We spoke with a few volunteers and there is a clear sense of pride in what they do.
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