Republic of Vietnam, November 1967: Members of U.S. Navy Seal Team One move down the Bassac River in a Seal Team Assault Boat (STAB) during operations along the river south of Saigon. Description from darkgovernment.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
Lt. John F. Kennedy's PT-59, photographed in an unspecified location near Vella Lavella and Choiseul, played a key role in the diversionary mission at Choiseul Island in early November 1943. (John F. Kennedy Library)
The most famous PT boat in WW II...skipper John F Kennedy's PT 109
de la PT-596, comisionada en Mayo de 1945, 56 t, 41 nudos, un complemento de 17 hombres, armada con un montaje de 40 mm, otro de 37, otro de 20, dos MK-50 lanzacohetes y cuatro torpedos.
During World War II, the United States deployed in the Pacific 350 PT boats, mostly of the Elco and Higgins types, along with 42 in the Mediterranean and 33 in the English Channel. Together, they launched in combat a total of only 697 torpedoes, usually with minimal success.
USS PT-333 underway off New York, New York, 20 August 1943, during Motor Torpedo Boat Squadron 24 training exercises. Note her green-tone camouflage scheme, and the nickname "Green Beast" on her cabin side. U.S. Navy Photograph, now in the collections of the National Archives. Photo #: 80-G-K-3914 (Color)
BALIKPAPAN, BORNEO. US NAVY MOTOR TORPEDO BOAT AT HIGH SPEED, RETURNING FROM A SUCCESSFUL MISSION ALONG THE COAST.