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From duty as A-1, 10th AF, he reported to the Air War College. His proposed assignment is with Director of Manpower and Organization, DCS/Opns, Hq, USAF. His wife, Peggy, is from N. Michigan, and had five years of duty with the WAC and WAF, during which time she met Nick.

GEORGE G. NORMAN, COLONEL, USAF, 1201A

"Norm" was born 7th of June 1911, and calls Bloomington, Ind. his home. He attended the Univ. of Indiana graduating in 1934, receiving at the same time a commission as 2nd Lieutenant in the Inf. Res. Was Called to Active Duty in 1939 and transferred to the Air Corps in 1940. Having flown as a civilian for several years he was awarded his pilot wings in 1943. He served as adjutant and sqdn commander at Chanute Field in 1940 and as a contract supervisor in California in 1941. In 1942 he was assigned to the Glider training program and became Base Executive officer at For Sumner, N. M. remaining in that capacity at the Advanced Twin Engine Flying School there. In June 1944 he was ordered overseas with the Air Transport Command to North Africa. He served as a Base Commander during his entire overseas tour of 19th months at Atar, Bahrein Island, Fort Lyautey, and Dakar. He returned to the U. S in 1946 reporting for duty in the Air Inspectors Office of the Headquarters Air Transport Command. In August 1946 he was assigned to the Air ROTC program and initiated that program at the University of Akron, Ohio. He reported from there to the AWC. His hobbies are gold and bird hunting. His proposed assignment is Attache to Bangkok, Thailand. His wife Inez (Nez) is from Kinder, Louisiana. Children are Susan (3), and George (Rusty) (15 months).

WILLIAM F. NORTHAM, LT. COLONEL, UsA 0-19547

"Moon" was born Dec. 14, 1911 in Columbia City, Ind. After graduating from Culver Military Academy he went to West Point from which he was commissioned in the Inf. in 1934. After serving at Ft. Harrison and in Hawaii he attended the 1935 Reg. Course at the Infantry School. From there after three years service with the 17th Inf. at Ft. Crook and Ft. Ord he returned to Hawaii where he was Adjutant of the 35th Inf. at the time of Pearl Harbor. Returning to the states about a year later he became Reg't Exec. of the 320th Inf. which joined the 35th Div. in Camp San Luis Obispo, Calif. He held this job during the training of the division in Camp Rucker, Ala. and Camp Butner, N.C. and throughout the year of combat in Europe fighting from St. Lo to the Elbe River. After the war he spent two years at Ft. Harrison as Deputy Post Commander before starting on a round of schools which included the Command and General Staff College, Ft. Leavenworth, the Armed Forces Information School, and the Air War College. Between the last two he got in a hitch in the Pentagon in the Office of Public Information, His next assignment is in intelligence and takes him to Japan. Active sports are tennis,

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