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Exterminators lived up to their name. Lieutenant John Stefanik (left) of Chicopee, Massachusetts, and Lieutenant Charles Leaf, of South Orange, New Jersey, display the insignia of their Sixty-Sixth Squadron, one of the units of the Fifty-Seventh Fighter Group, United States Air Force. When the Fifty-Seventh knocked seventy-four Axis planes out of the skies in one air battle, the Exterminators accounted for more that twenty-five

Exterminators lived up to their name. Lieutenant John Stefanik (left) of Chicopee, Massachusetts, and Lieutenant Charles Leaf, of South Orange, New Jersey, display the insignia of their Sixty-Sixth Squadron, one of the units of the Fifty-Seventh Fighter Group, United States Air Force. When the Fifty-Seventh knocked seventy-four Axis planes out of the skies in one air battle, the Exterminators accounted for more that twenty-five

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