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    KN-C21123-F. President John F. Kennedy Arrives at Atlantic Fleet Headquarters in Virginia
    White House Photographs13 April 1962

    President John F. Kennedy (left) shakes hands with Vice Admiral Harold T. Deutermann, Chief of Staff to the Supreme Allied Commander, Atlantic (SACLANT), upon his arrival at the U.S. Atlantic Fleet Headquarters in Norfolk, Virginia. Those standing behind President Kennedy include (L-R): Naval Aide to the President Captain Tazewell Shepard, Jr. (in...

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    KN-C21123-G. President John F. Kennedy Arrives at Atlantic Fleet Headquarters in Virginia
    White House Photographs13 April 1962

    President John F. Kennedy (center left, holding hat) stands with Vice Admiral Harold T. Deutermann, Chief of Staff to the Supreme Allied Commander, Atlantic (SACLANT), upon his arrival at the U.S. Atlantic Fleet Headquarters in Norfolk, Virginia. Admiral Robert L. Dennison (mostly hidden, left of Vice Admiral Deutermann), Commander in Chief of the...

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    KN-C21123-H. Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson Signs Guest Book at Atlantic Fleet Headquarters in Virginia
    White House Photographs13 April 1962

    Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson (right) signs the guest book at the U.S. Atlantic Fleet Headquarters in Norfolk, Virginia. Looking on, in foreground, are (L-R): President John F. Kennedy; Admiral Robert L. Dennison, Commander in Chief of the Atlantic Command (CINCLANT), Commander in Chief of the U.S. Atlantic Fleet, and Supreme Allied Commander, ...

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    KN-C21123-J. President John F. Kennedy Signs Guest Book at Atlantic Fleet Headquarters in Virginia
    White House Photographs13 April 1962

    President John F. Kennedy (center left) signs the guest book at the U.S. Atlantic Fleet Headquarters in Norfolk, Virginia. Looking on, in foreground, are (L-R): Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson; Admiral Robert L. Dennison, Commander in Chief of the Atlantic Command (CINCLANT), Commander in Chief of the U.S. Atlantic Fleet, and Supreme Allied Comma...

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