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Bruce Crow Honored with John C. Flanagan Lifetime Achievement Award

Bruce Crow, PsyD, Senior Fellow with the MSRC Dissemination and Implementation Core at the University of Washington, received the 2018 John C. Flanagan Lifetime Achievement Award from the Society for Military Psychology, Division 19 of the American Psychological Association. Dr. Crow served 30 years with the U.S. Army, retiring from active duty as a Colonel in 2012. During his career he served in a variety of assignments and positions in the United States and overseas, including serving as the Army’s chief psychologist for his last eight years of active duty. He continued serving the Army as a senior Department of the Army civilian from 2012-2017 before joining the MSRC in 2017. The award recognizes career-long achievements and sustained contributions that have advanced the profession of military psychology. The award is named after John Clemans Flanagan (1906-1996), a noted psychologist and pioneer of aviation psychology commissioned in World War II by the U.S. Army Air Corps to develop tests to identify pilots suitable for combat missions.