Lt. (J.G.) John F. Kennedy has His PT Boat Sliced in Two by Destroyer A condensation of Robert J. Donovan's 'PT-109' will run in 18 parts in The Denver Post.
August 01, 2018 License
Replica of PT 109 and part of the crew that served on it with John F. Kennedy during WWII taking part in the Inaugural Parade.
President John F. Kennedy served as a U.S. Navy lieutenant and commander of a patrol torpedo (PT) boat during World War II. Kennedy is shown at the extreme right with members of his crew at a South Pacific Naval Base.
August 30, 1943 License
Portrait of John F Kennedy, future US senator and president, wearing his U.S. Navy uniform and posing with his hands in his lap, World War II (1939-1945), circa 1940. During the war, Kennedy served as a PT boat commander in the...More
September 30, 2013 License
John Kennedy served as a junior grade lieutenant in the Navy during World War Two, commanding the torpedo boat PT-109. When a Japanese destroyer rammed the PT-109 in 1943, Kennedy managed to save himself and rescue another wounded crew...More
John F. Kennedy in a PT boat while serving in the U.S. Navy. Kennedy served from September 1941 to April 1945.
John F. Kennedy with fellow crew members in the Solomon Islands. Kennedy served in the U.S. Navy from 1941 to 1945.
John F. Kennedy as a P-T boat commander in WWII.