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(Left to right) Captain William Walderman, Edward J. Czarnecki and 1st Lt. Jack Mankin in New Guinea
Caption: "This trio of P-38 Lightning pilots knocked down five Japanese Zeros in engagements near Wewak, New Guinea on August 16 and 18, 1943, when more than 200 enemy planes were destroyed. They are left to right: Captain William Walderman of Santa Monica, Calif.; 2nd Lt Edward Czarnecki of Wilmington, Del. and 1st Lt. Jack Mankin of Kansas City, Mo. Their count: Walderman, one; and two each for Czarnecki and Mankin."
Credit: U. S. Army Signal Corps Date: August 1943
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