Maj. Gen. George Harrison Nominated for Georgia Aviation Hall of Fame
Long time CAF Colonel Member and Maj. Gen. George Harrison, USAF (Ret.) is nominated to be inducted into the Georgia Aviation Hall of Fame. Harrison earned the Distinguished Flying Cross, Distinguished Service Medal, Aerial Achievement Medal, Defense Superior Service Medal, and various other awards, decorations, and accolades.
Harrison, a well-known general aviation stalwart, has flown 103 different aircraft types for 9300 hours including 530 hours of combat flying. He has been a Certified Flight Instructor (CFI) for over 40 years. Through the years Harrison has been an active CAF Member participating heavily with Airbase Georgia. He is an instructor in both the PT-19 and T-34. In addition to volunteering with Airbase Georgia, Harrison has reached out to support other CAF Units getting up to speed in their newly acquired PT-19s.
The mission of the Georgia Aviation Hall of Fame is to honor aviation leaders whose extraordinary achievements or services have made outstanding and lasting contributions to aviation.
To learn more about the candidates, visit the Georgia Aviation Hall of Fame website at https://www.gaaviationhalloffame.com/nominations/2023-gahof-candidates.