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 - ttrf IX-fMDfANA MAM -* Harry 1 McPhilimy, left,...
ttrf IX-fMDfANA MAM -* Harry 1 McPhilimy, left, has received two highly coveted awards in recognition of his work as technical assistant to the director of the Earth Sci- *nces Laboratory, formerly of Natick, Mass., and now with the U.S. Army Engineer To, pographie Laboratories, Fort Belvoir. He is shown here with Colonel John E. Wagner, commanding officer, who presented him with a Department of the Army certificate for Outstanding performance and a "Quality Increase" award, which is the equivalent of an m-grade salary increase made only to personnel whose work, both in quality and quantity, exceeds that normally rquired for their position. He was cited, particular!? for h» efforts in the moving of the Earth Sciences Lab to Fort Belvoir and the smoothness of the transition from one'system of management to another. A native of Indiana, .Mr. McPhilimy received an AB Degree from George Washington University in 1947, and has completed work on his Doctorate, except for.his dissertation, at the Clark University Graduate School of Geography. A veteran of World War II, he entered Civil Service in T?48 and was employed at the Natick Laboratories for 18 years prior to transferring to th* Topographic Laboratories at Fort Belvoir. The latter are the principal field agency , of the Army Corps of Engineers for research and development of new material, methods and techniques in the fields of mapping and surveying. Mr. McPhilimy resides with his wife, the former Helen Shea of Indiana, and children, Nancy and Bruce, Springfield,

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  1. The Indiana Gazette,
  2. 01 Jun 1972, Thu,
  3. Page 12

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