air crew

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Synonyms for air crew

the crew of an aircraft

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Kristen Pate, 379th Air Expeditionary Wing Public Affairs (USAF note: The names of B-1B aircrew members interviewed were withheld for security reasons.
It uses biometrics for the positive identification of aircrew members to increase the security and efficiency of screening people attemtping to gain access to the cockpit of aircraft.
Besides that, a robotic vehicle, unless it is fully autonomous, is most likely being remotely piloted by an aircrew member or pilot who could be a male or female human.
A gifted mathematician, he soon qualified as a navigator and was sent back to the UK a fully fledged aircrew member at the darkest point of World War Two in 1940.
One person acted as a plane captain to relay information between us in the cockpit and an aircrew member on a ladder who was the one actually checking the hydraulic level in the prop system.
If a task is rated a "1," then that simulated task can take the place of the aircrew member having to do the task in a real plane.
As for training under the RCF-Canada plan, any aircrew member of WWII who wore the white flash in his splitass cap will be interested to know that certain ground-crew members launched the rumour that airmen wearing a white flash suffered a social disease.
These types of displays can be used for any aircrew station, but since some aircraft have only one aircrew member (the pilot), the following discussion will focus on the pilot's displays.
Physical stress and suffering are often less a factor for an aircrew member than an infantryman, but that does not negate the fact that both are involved in applying--and, at times, receiving--violence.
A qualified aircrew member must sit in the air-control-officer (ACO) and radar-officer (RO) seats (rear and forward seats respectively) for safety-of-flight reasons, such as firefighting.
Every assessor is either a qualified aircrew member of the platform in question or a military or civilian technician specially trained for the position.
Rettinger's major roadblock was that no other Air Force applicant had successfully enlisted into a KC-10 flight engineer position, but she was determined to fly as an aircrew member.
Although I'm not a UAS aircrew member yet, I very much look forward to being a part of such a unique and dynamic mission.
Drugs, alcohol, carbon monoxide, cyanide, and other toxins can be identified from post-mortem tissue and body-fluid testing; however, no similar lab measurement identifies fatigue levels in a deceased aircrew member.
COVENTRY branch, Royal Air Force Association, has lost a loyal member with the passing of Jack Aldridge, who served as an aircrew member with Bomber Command during the war.
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