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James H Carmichael

James H Carmichael, business executive. Recipient Airmail Flyer’s Congressional Medal of Honor, 1935, Horatio Alger award, 1958. Member Federal City Council, Washington, National Capital Planning Committee; Member business advising committee American U.; Member Transportation Association American.

Background

  • Carmichael, James H was born on April 2, 1907 in Newark. Son of James H. and Margaret (Miner) Carmichael.

  • Education

    • Educated Suffield Military Academy, Connecticut. Student University Southern California.

    Career

    • Chief pilot Pennsylvania-Central Airlines, 1936, vice president charge operations, 1940, executive vice president, 1945. Director Capital Airlines-P.C.A., 1941-1958, president, 1947-1957, Chairman, Board Of Directors, 1957-1958. Corporate vice president Fairchild Engine & Aircraft Corporation, 1958-1959, president, 1959-1960.

      President J.H. Carmichael & Associates, Washington. Former Chairman of the Board Airlift International, Inc. Head Technology Industrial Intelligence Committee to study German commercial and military transportation aviation.

      Member industry advising committee National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics.

    Membership

    Member Federal City Council, Washington, National Capital Planning Committee. Member business advising committee American U. Member Transportation Association American.

    Clubs: National Press, University.

    Connections

    • Married Jessie Northrup, July 4, 1930. Children: Joan, Judith.
    • father: James H. Carmichael
    • mother: Margaret (Miner) Carmichael
    • spouse: Jessie Northrup
    • children: Joan Carmichael
    • Judith Carmichael
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    Born April 2, 1907
    Died December 1, 1983
    (aged 76)
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