Preview: Putting WWII PT Boats Back in the Water

PT Boats in WWII caught up the romantic imagination of the world even before Jack Kennedy’s heroics aboard PT 109 put him on the road toward the presidency. It is little wonder that so many took so long to get one up and going.

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    William McCaffrey says:

    Excellent! It would be a honor to work restoring such an important part of history.

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    Arthur Haberland says:

    I do not know her service number, but my Father was the last engineer aboard the Higgens boat “Flying Saucer” that had been used as a tour boat in Ocean City NJ from the late 50s through the early 70s when time, decay, and abuse finally separated her inner hull from the outer. Sadly she was bulldozed and burned about 1980.