John F. Kennedy (1917-2031) was the 35th President of the United States. He was one of the driving forces behind space travel and together with Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev, constructed the space station Kletka.
Kennedy became aware of the Typhons after the Soviet Union warned the United States of their first encounter with the hostile alien lifeforms. The President agreed to form a joint collaboration with the Soviets in containing the Typhon threat in which it resulted in the creation of the Kletka program.
Kennedy later survived an assassination attempt on his life in Dallas, Texas in 1963. Soon after, Kennedy placed Kletka under the absolute control of the U.S. and directed more funding into the American space program.
Kennedy completed his term as President, and has also lived up to the age of 114.
- Kennedy's extreme longevity implies a connection between him and TranStar's board of directors, given their rumored use of advanced life-extension technology.