MY “SKY PILOT” CAREER: A Rabbi in the United States Air Force
Rabbi Nathan M. Landman, born in Madison, Wisconsin, in 1929, grew up in Kew Gardens, New York. A graduate of the University of Wisconsin and the Hebrew Union College–JIR, seminary for Reform rabbis in Cincinnati, Ohio, he entered the US Air Force in 1956, serving on active duty until 1981, except for a five-year hiatus in Southern California from 1958 to 1963. Recalled to active duty on the eve of the outbreak of the Vietnam War, he retired with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. He received the prestigious B’nai Brith Alexander Goode–Ben Goldman Lodge Four Chaplains Award for Excellence in Interfaith Relations in 1974. He currently lives in North Andover, Massachusetts.
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