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PT-109 was a PT boat (patrol torpedo boat) last commanded by Lieutenant (junior grade) John F. Kennedy, future United States President, in the Pacific theater during World War II. His actions to save his surviving crew after the sinking of PT-109 made him a war hero. PT-109's collision with a Japanese destroyer contributed to Kennedy’s long-term back problems and required months of hospitalization at Chelsea Naval Hospital. Kennedy’s postwar campaigns for elected office referred often to his service on PT-109.
PT-109 belonged to the PT-103 class, hundreds of which were completed between 1942 and 1945, by Elco, in Bayonne, New Jersey. The ship’s keel was laid 4 March 1942, as the seventh motor torpedo boat (MTB) of the 80-foot-long (24 m)-class built by Elco, and was launched on 20 June and delivered to the Navy on 10 July 1942 to be fitted out in the New York Naval Shipyard in Brooklyn.
PT-109 could accommodate a crew of three officers and 14 enlisted men, with the typical crew size between 12 and 14. Fully loaded, it displaced 56 tons.