After nearly two years of restoration work, the Navy aircraft carrier USS Intrepid will finally make its way back home today. Since 1982, the ship has served as a museum at Pier 86 in New York City. But for veterans of the countless battles the ship was in, the Intrepid is more than a war relic. Ray Stone served on the Intrepid during World War II. He and the ship survived gun fire, torpedoes, and even several Kamikaze attacks. Ray talks with Dick Gordon about his service on the Intrepid, then and now. Also in this epsiode: encountering pirates off of southern Mexico.