World War II

RECOVERED B-17 CREWMEN LAID TO REST TOGETHER

JOHN LIEKHUS WANTED TO FLY planes and fight Germans.

He gulped down carrot juice to gain an edge for an Army Air Corps eye exam. As an “essential war

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