This year, Honorary Fellowships awarded to three pioneers from the industry - Charles C. Crawford, Jr., director, development and qualification, US Army AVRADCOM; Franklin D. Harris, Manager, preliminary design, Bell Helicopter Textron, and Dr. W. Laurence LePage, chairman emeritus of the board, Franklin Institute.  

Crawford, demonstrating over twenty years of contributions to the rotary wing industry, was cited for his leadership in building an outstanding Army engineering and flight test organization for aircraft qualification and for his leadership of the Society in carrying through its transition from a struggling organization to the then healthy and vital association of the time.

AHS' (now VFS) 36th Annual Forum and Technology Display held May 13-14, 1980 at Washington, D.C., USA

Honorary Fellowship to Charles C. Crawford, Jr.

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This year, Honorary Fellowships awarded to three pioneers from the industry - Charles C. Crawford, Jr., director, development and qualification, US Army AVRADCOM; Franklin D. Harris, Manager, preliminary design, Bell Helicopter Textron, and Dr. W. Laurence LePage, chairman emeritus of the board, Franklin Institute.

Crawford, demonstrating over twenty years of contributions to the rotary wing industry, was cited for his leadership in building an outstanding Army engineering and flight test organization for aircraft qualification and for his leadership of the Society in carrying through its transition from a struggling organization to the then healthy and vital association of the time.

AHS' (now VFS) 36th Annual Forum and Technology Display held May 13-14, 1980 at Washington, D.C., USA

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