2d Lt Susan Hisckey, SM Eric Marjault, and SSgt Pauline O’Brien taking a stroll on the "Joey P".
A torpedo tube… about 16 enlisted crew slept in the torpedo bay during World War II.
Aboard the destroyer USS Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr.
An officer’s dinner was served in style. In reality, however, being on a submarine crew during WW II was an extremely dangerous duty.
C/1st Lt Henry O’Brien also gave a presentation about the USS Lionfish.
C/1st Lt Nathaniel Johnston talks to fellow cadets about the significance of the USS Lionfish.
From top to bottom, Cadets Hillel Kofsky, Aiden Guzman, Henry O’Brien and Jacob Fraser
Senior Member Eric Marjault in the belly of the USS Lionfish. This author felt like a “mouse in my house".
So far, it has been a glorious day. Thanks to Cadets Nathaniel Johnston & Hillel Kofsky, whose hard work and planning paid off.
Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr., nicknamed the "Joey P", was built in Quincy, Massachusetts."
The morning was crisp and mildly overcast, but this did not deter our crew. “Big Mamie” is in the background, with the USS Joseph P. Kennedy Destroyer situated to the left.