Norman Morgan Green

United States Air Force
16 July 1923 - 17 July 1978
Washington, District of Columbia
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USAF Pilot

Purple Heart, Air Medal, National Defense, Vietnam Service, Vietnam Campaign

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17 Aug 2005

I have worn the name of Col Norman Green on my wrist for over three decades. He is my hero.

L. Wheeler

16 Nov 2006

My mother wore Colonel Norman Green on her wrist throughout high school. I found the bracelet in her room when I was starting high school and I wore it throughout high school. I wouldn't even take it off for dances. I always wondered what he looked like, so I could put a face with the name. He too is also my hero!

Kari Kral

23 Feb 2007

I've just received a MIA bracelet from a special friend who lives in the US. The history of this man caused me a very significant feeling of a real human hero. As a military jet figther pilot, I'm really proud of wearing his name in my hand, the same hand that controls my aircraft, every time I use the air power in order to bring peace to my country.

2nd Lt. Gustavo Mejia
Colombian Air Force

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On 09 Jan 1968 F-4D tail number 66-8729 from the 497th Tac Fighter Squadron at Ubon RTAFB was shot down near Bay Kapay in Laos, about 20 miles west of the Demilitarized Zone. There was no evidence suggesting that either crewman ejected before ground impact, but both men was classed as Missing in Action. They remained in that status until the Secretary of the Air Force approved Presumptive Findings of Death on the dates shown below. The two men were
  • Col Norman M. Green, Washington, DC (07/17/1978)
  • Capt Wayne C. Irsch, Tulsa, OK (01/09/1974)
Their remains have not been repatriated.

The point-of-contact for this memorial is
one who wears his MIA bracelet,
L. Wheeler

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With all respect
Jim Schueckler, former CW2, US Army
Ken Davis, Commander, United States Navy (Ret)
Memorial first published on 17 Aug 2005
Last updated 07/29/2007