Second Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force.
Enlisted in the Army Air Force in August, 1942 and trained as a gunnery instructor.
 Served in European Command Headquarters in Paris France and as a
Sergeant Major in the Vice Chief of Starrs Office in Washington D.C..
Chief Harlow retired from the Air Force in 1971 after serving for 26 years.
In a letter Dated April 28, 1997, to the Citizen's Stamp Advisory Committee,
he wrote to Mr. James C. Tolbert adding his support for a Berlin Airlift Commemorative stamp
He Wrote:
 
 
 
 
 
NOTE:
CMSAF HARLOW, THE SECOND MAN TO HOLD THE
HIGHEST ENLISTED RANK IN THE AIR FORCE
DIED JUNE 18, 1997 IN ARLINGTON, VA.  AFTER
A STROKE.  HE WAS 76
 


Picture courtesy:  Air Force Sergeants Association