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Naval officer who helped save John F. Kennedy during WWII dies at age 97

William “Bud” Liebenow, the Navy officer who rescued future President John F. Kennedy and his crew during World War II, died Friday, the Winston-Salem Journal reported. He was 97.

A native of Fredericksburg, Virginia, Liebenow was a young college graduate when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor in Hawaii. He joined the Navy, where he served on small, heavily armed attack boats known as PT boats.

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Laurabeth Messimer