During World War II, Masse Bloomfield received the Distinguished Flying Cross and the Air Medal.
Today, Mr. Bloomfield serves in the Retired U.S. Air Force Reserves as a Lt. Colonel.
Mr. Bloomfield obtained a degree in Bacteriology from the University of New Hampshire in 1948 and a Master of Library Science from Carnegie Institute of Technology in 1951.
After twenty-two years as Head of the Hughes Aircraft Company Technical Library, Masse retired. While at Hughes Aircraft Company, he wrote numerous articles for library journals. Mr. Bloomfield has written several books including “Man in Transition” (1993) and “The Automated Society” (1995). His biography has appeared in “Who’s Who in the West” and “Contemporary Authors.”
His volunteer activities include acting as a liaison officer for the U.S. Air Force Academy. After some twenty years of service as a liaison officer, he was awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award by the Academy in 2009.
Masse Bloomfield is a member of the World Future Society and the National Space Society. He still serves as a contributor to various websites.
- Keynote speaker at two Southern Future Society
- Contributed the paper “The Endless Frontier” to the International Space Development Conference