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    War Hero and Future President

    John F. Kennedy: World War Two Signed Navy Report. 7.5" x 8.5" printed form titled "Report of Compliance With Orders" issued by the Navy Department. The form is typed in with the particulars of JFK's return to the United States following the sinking of PT-109 by a Japanese destroyer in August 1943. By signing "John F. Kennedy", the naval lieutenant confirms he was detached from Motor Torpedo Boat Squadron Two as of December 21, 1943 and reported to the Torpedo Boat Squadron Training Center in Portsmouth, Rhode Island on March 1, 1944. Handsomely double-matted and framed with copy portrait of JFK in uniform, wearing medal and ribbon, along with engraved, metal caption card.

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    November, 2013
    23rd-24th Saturday-Sunday
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