air crew

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Synonyms for air crew

the crew of an aircraft

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All aircrew members then need to be briefed on this information release policy so they are ready in advance.
The base, tucked in the bottom left corner of Oklahoma, churns out more than 2,900 aircrew members a year.
Kristen Pate, 379th Air Expeditionary Wing Public Affairs (USAF note: The names of B-1B aircrew members interviewed were withheld for security reasons.
A pilot from Southwest Airlines (NYSE:LUV) will be the first aircrew member to be screened by the US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) using an advanced biometric screening system.
At the age of 18 he began four years' service in the RAF as an aircrew member with a squadron at Mildenhall.
During my 20 years of military service, PPE has saved my life several times, both as a maintainer and as an aircrew member.
Participate as a regularly assigned aircrew member flying sorties into, out of, within or over the area of eligibility in direct support of the military operations.
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.
Kathleen Disney who was named Air Force Reserve Command Senior NCO Aircrew Member of the Year for 2014.
Loadmasters are on flying status as an aircrew member and are required to fly as part of the job.
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.
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.
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.
The OinC also pointed out that an aircrew member should have verified all panels were closed before engine turn-up.
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