Carl H. Malberg
Retired: 1 August 1977

Wife: Michiko (Passed away on 9/5/2004)
Children: None
Jobs / Assignments
1961 Lackland AFB, TX Officer Candidate School
1961-62 Keesler AFB, MS Ground Electronics Officer Course
1962-66 New Boston, NH New Hampshire Station Satellite Operations Controller
1966-67 Driftwood Bay AFS, AK Commander
1967-68 Keesler AFB, MS Communication-Electronics Staff Officer Course
1968-71 Sunnyvale, CA AF Satellite Test Center, Chief of Operations
1971-72 Maxwell AFB, AL Air Command and Staff School
1972-75 Misawa AB, Japan Chief of Maintenance
1975-77 Scott AFB, IL Hq, AWS Chief of Maintenance & Plant Engineering
1 Aug 1977 Retired, Regular Air Force, Major
1977-83 Sunnyvale, CA (Lockheed) AF Satellite Test Center, Satellite Operations Specialist
1983-87 Sunnyvale, CA (Lockheed) AF Satellite Test Center, Satellite Operations Supervisor
1987-91 Sunnyvale, CA Onizuka AS, – Lockheed, Department Manager
1991-97 Sunnyvale, CA Onizuka AS, – Lockheed, Special Projects Enginee
1 Sep 1997 Retired from Lockheed Martin
1997-2019 Led the good life in Sunnyvale CA: Golfing (3 to 5 times/week), Deep Sea Fishing (Co-owned a boat with two other Lockheed employees from 1998 to 2012. We tried to get out at least once/week for Salmon, Albacore Tuna, Ling Cod, Flounder, Rock Fish and Dungeness Crab — season and weather permitting). Volunteering with St. Vincent de Paul Society helping the needy with food, clothing, rent assistance, emergency travel, etc.. Playing pool/snooker with some Lockheed co-workers once/week. And, of course taking care of necessary household chores, home maintenance/repairs and yard work. I finally acknowledged that some increasing physical limitations (primarily neuropathy in my feet) were preventing essential duties, and so I moved into a senior living facility, Villa Siena, on 1/7/20. They offer three levels of care: Independent Living (where I am now), Assisted Living and Skilled Nursing. My plan is to spend the rest of my life here — the food is good, the people are friendly and caring, and there are plenty of activities to fill the time. 

2020-Present Leading the carefree life in Mountain View CA.


Carl Remembers . . . “ My most memorable thing from OCS was the people and the wonderful things we did for each other in that awful environment. To my knowledge, there were no ‘ Buddy Flushers ’ in Third Squadron. ”