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
8 May 1927: The “Transatlantic White Bird”, a bi-plane piloted by french Aviator Captain Nungesser is attempting to be the first to cross the Atlantic non-stop from Paris to New York. The plane is spotted in the early morning off Nova Scotia and is fighting strong headwinds while heading for the Maine Seaboard. The plane had been in the air for 33 hours.