25 September 1968 – Norman Macleod Paulsen was born on October 6, 1945, in Elmsford, NY. His mother said, “Ever since he was a little boy, he dreamed of flying.” He had enlisted in the Air Force and began his tour on August 3, 1968. He had the rank of First Lieutenant. On a mission
William J. Lessig
ill Lessig entered the USAF in 1954. From 1963-1966 Bill flew the F-100 with the 7272nd Fighter Training Wing out of Wheelus AFB, Libya.
He left the USAF in 1968 and spent the next years in telecommunications, as the Vice President and General Manager of Venice Marine Center in FL, and in 2002 started Prointegrators LLC in Birdsboro, PA.
Bill’s favorite quote is “Check Six & DBYA. The two most useless things for pilots are the runway behind you and air space above you.”