Whose reputation was glorified due to his service in world war 2 on pt

Whose reputation was glorified due to his service in world war 2 on pt 109? A. Dwight D. Eisenhower B. Richard M.Nixon C.John F. Kennedy D. John Glenn

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C. John F. Kennedy

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