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United States Navy Lieutenant (junior grade) John F. Kennedy (left) posing with his older brother Ensign Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. on the United States east coast, May 1942.Lieutenant John F. Kennedy (far right) and other crew members of PT-109, 1943
United States Navy Lieutenant (junior grade) John F. Kennedy (left) posing with his older brother Ensign Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. on the United States east coast, May 1942.Lieutenant John F. Kennedy (far right) and other crew members of PT-109, 1943
Kennedy aboard PT-109, circa mid-1943. Photo 1 of 2.Kennedy aboard PT-109, circa mid-1943. Photo 2 of 2.
Kennedy aboard PT-109, circa mid-1943. Photo 1 of 2.Kennedy aboard PT-109, circa mid-1943. Photo 2 of 2.
Lieutenant John F. Kennedy after his assignments on PT Boats and his return to the United States, Jan 1944. Note the amblyopia in his right eye that prevented him from being a pilot like his brother, Joe.The former PT-796, a 78-foot Higgins boat, painted as PT-109, an 80-foot Elco boat, passing the reviewing stand in President John F. Kennedy’s inaugural parade in Washington DC, United States, 20 Jan 1960.
Lieutenant John F. Kennedy after his assignments on PT Boats and his return to the United States, Jan 1944. Note the amblyopia in his right eye that prevented him from being a pilot like his brother, Joe.The former PT-796, a 78-foot Higgins boat, painted as PT-109, an 80-foot Elco boat, passing the reviewing stand in President John F. Kennedy’s inaugural parade in Washington DC, United States, 20 Jan 1960.
US President Dwight Eisenhower greeting President-Elect John Kennedy, 6 Dec 1960US President John Kennedy and Dwight Eisenhower at Camp David, Maryland, United States, 22 Apr 1961
US President Dwight Eisenhower greeting President-Elect John Kennedy, 6 Dec 1960US President John Kennedy and Dwight Eisenhower at Camp David, Maryland, United States, 22 Apr 1961
US President John Kennedy and Vice President Lyndon Johnson at the South Lawn of the White House, Washington DC, United States, 31 Aug 1961Eisenhower and Kennedy, 1962
US President John Kennedy and Vice President Lyndon Johnson at the South Lawn of the White House, Washington DC, United States, 31 Aug 1961Eisenhower and Kennedy, 1962
Louis Wilson, Jr. (right) shaking hands with USMC Commandant David Shoup, both Medal of Honor recipients, in the presence of President John Kennedy, White House, Washington DC, United States, circa 1962President John Kennedy with SAC Chief General Curtis LeMay and SAC Vice-Chief Lieutenant General Thomas Power at Strategic Air Command HQ, Offutt Air Force Base, Omaha, Nebraska, United States, 1962
Louis Wilson, Jr. (right) shaking hands with USMC Commandant David Shoup, both Medal of Honor recipients, in the presence of President John Kennedy, White House, Washington DC, United States, circa 1962President John Kennedy with SAC Chief General Curtis LeMay and SAC Vice-Chief Lieutenant General Thomas Power at Strategic Air Command HQ, Offutt Air Force Base, Omaha, Nebraska, United States, 1962
John Kennedy, Harry Truman, Lyndon Johnson (behind Truman), and Dwight Eisenhower at Eleanor RooseveltUS President John Kennedy, Senator Daniel Inouye, and others, White House, Washington DC, United States, 1963
John Kennedy, Harry Truman, Lyndon Johnson (behind Truman), and Dwight Eisenhower at Eleanor Roosevelt's funeral at Hyde Park, New York, United States, 10 Nov 1962US President John Kennedy, Senator Daniel Inouye, and others, White House, Washington DC, United States, 1963
Wernher von Braun and President John F Kennedy at the Redstone Army Airfield, Huntsville, Alabama, United States, 18 May 1963
Wernher von Braun and President John F Kennedy at the Redstone Army Airfield, Huntsville, Alabama, United States, 18 May 1963
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