President Gerald Ford, the War Hero

Lieutenant Commander, Gerald Ford (1945)Roberty Drury’s and Tom Clavin’s column in today’s New York Times tells of Gerald Ford’s heroism in World War II. It concludes,

“Like his fellow World War II veterans, Mr. Ford returned home and resumed his life, rarely speaking publicly of his heroism. But in contrast to the public’s image of him as a clumsy nonentity, Mr. Ford was a man whose grace under pressure saved his ship and hundreds of men on it.”

Go read the story: “How Lieutenant Ford Saved His Ship.”

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