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
Joseph "C.T." Wang
I was born in Shanghai and moved to Hong Kong to escape the Japs during WWII. I then moved to Philadelphia in 1948 and stayed because of Mao Tse Tung’s communist movement into southern China. In 1959, I attended the Thaddeus Stevens Trade School in Lancaster, PA (graduated high school and received my Electrical Construction trade certification).
From 1958-1962 I attended Gettysburg College on a football scholarship; graduated with a BA in Business Admin, and through AFROTC received my commission as a 2LT, and headed for UPT.
After retiring from the USAF in May of 1991, I became the Director of Operations for TRACOR Flight Systems at Wittmund Air Base in Germany. I held that job until I fully retired in June of 1994 and moved to Las Vegas, NV.