PT-370 of MTB Squadron 18 on patrol in the Philippines, circa Nov 1944. PT-370 was a 70-foot Canadian boat and only four such boats were built. All four were outfitted as Elco 80s despite being 10 feet shorter.

Caption   PT-370 of MTB Squadron 18 on patrol in the Philippines, circa Nov 1944. PT-370 was a 70-foot Canadian boat and only four such boats were built. All four were outfitted as Elco 80s despite being 10 feet shorter. ww2dbase
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Added Date 1 Aug 2016

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1. Commenter identity confirmed David Stubblebine says:
6 Aug 2016 10:43:11 PM

Note helmet hanging from forward .30 cal machine gun.
2. Mike says:
7 Jun 2019 02:02:11 PM

That's my father Frank Sorrentino sitting on the bow. He was a torpedo specialist and also fired the 50 cal. Served in the Pacific. He sent the same pic home to his mother. #'s were blurred out . We miss him.

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