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A positive attitude may not solve all your problems, but it will annoy enough people to make it worth while.
Herm Albright

Brief Personal History

1943 Drafted into the Army.
1944 Graduated from Aviation Cadet Training at Tuskegee Army Air Field on 16 October as a Second Lieutenant Flying Officer.
1945 Assigned to the 99th Fighter Squadron, Godman Field, Kentucky.
1949 One of three Primary Members of the 332nd Fighter Group Weapons Team that competed in the "First Ever" USAF Weapons Meet at Las Vegas Air Force Base. Our Team won the event but was never recognized as the Winner until April 1995.
1949 Shipped from Lockbourne AFB, Ohio to Misawa Air Base, Japan to an F-80 Jet squadron as a Fighter Pilot and subsequently assigned as a Flight Commander.
1951 Assistant Operations Officer, Instrument Instructor Pilot and Aircraft Test Pilot in the 94th Fighter Interceptor Squadron at George Air Force Base, California.
1955 Flying Safety Officer of the 27th NORAD Region, Norton AFB, California; received Flight Rating of "Command Pilot".
1956 Fighter Training Officer of North Eastern Air Command Headquarters at Pepperrell AFB, Newfoundland.
1959 Assistant Group Operations Officer of the 1st Fighter Group at Selfridge AFB, Michigan; Operations Officer of the 71st Fighter Interceptor Squadron flying F-102 aircraft at Selfridge AFB, Michigan.
1961 Assigned to Headquarters 30th NORAD Region, Truax Field, Wisconsin as a Weapons Director Staff Officer and later as Battle Staff Training Officer for the Commanding General and his staff.
1965 31 May, Lieutenant Colonel Harvey retired from the Military.
1965 7 June, he joined Oscar Mayer as a Salesman
1968 Promoted to District Manager of the Detroit, Michigan Distribution Center.
1969 Promoted to Assistant Sales Manager at the Oscar Mayer Plant in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
1972 Promoted to Distribution Center Manager; assigned to the Distribution Center in Denver, Colorado.
1980 Retired from Oscar Mayer in February. He was their "First Black" Distribution Center Manager.
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