FEATURED IMAGE CREDIT: Historical photo of George Wech, upscaled with Codeformer AI
George Schwartz Welch (May 10, 1918 – October 12, 1954) was a World War II flying ace, a Medal of Honor nominee, and an experimental aircraft pilot after the war. Welch is best known for having been one of the few United States Army Air Corps fighter pilots able to get airborne to engage Japanese forces in the attack on Pearl Harbor and for his work as a test pilot. Welch resigned from the United States Army Air Forces as a major in 1944, and became a test pilot for North American Aviation.[wikipedia]
George Welch was conceived on August 5, 1917, after the following military milestone.
Eventually, we will explore the astounding origin story of Karen Molander, the Swedish actress who is identified as his mother, and explore what these connections tell us about the secret missions of people we assume are actors. For the time being, this connection will remain a mystery.