aircrewman


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But problems with the M13 revolvers persisted, and they were gradually withdrawn from service beginning in 1959, although numbers of them--along with numbers of Colt Aircrewman and S&W "Baby" Aircrewman revolvers--continued in service for a number of years.
Master Aircrewman Richard Taylor was winched down to the stricken shi[p Swanland off Gwynedd
A SOUTH WALES Royal Navy aircrewman and paramedic at the UK's busiest helicopter search and rescue unit is making sure he's ready to leap into action at a moment's notice.
I could not be prouder of our Sailors, especially those who have earned the qualification of Naval Aircrewman (NAC) and Enlisted Aviation Warfare Specialist (EAWS).
Work was carried out by Karen Newby and Lindsay Abbott after master aircrewman Simon Allen started a fundraising campaign that collected pounds 5,000.
It has been obvious to me ever since I used my first red-dot-style sight on a shotgun during aircrewman training (in 1944) that this kind of sight can't be beat for short-range shooting.
When production resumed after the War, Colt (and S&W) went to work on the Aircrewman project, ultra-light .
The Duke of Edinburgh was presenting the Billy Deacon Search and Rescue Memorial Trophy to RAF Master Aircrewman Nicholas Petch, right, for his "exceptional fearlessness' last March.
I failed to follow a simple rule a fellow aircrewman taught me a long time ago: Slow is fast, slow is safe; always be safe and fast.
AT the meeting of the Coventry branch Royal Navy Association, the Rev John Chapman gave a prayer and spoke of the sacrifice of aircrewman Richard Darnell, who was killed in the Lynx helicopter accident off Cornwall.
Rankin served in the US Navy as an airframes mechanic, hydraulics (AMH-2), and A-3 Skywarrior aircrewman.
5p today - from fellow aircrewman Des Tate, 79, for a cuppa and a sandwich in 1946.
Petty Officer Aircrewman John Banks, aged 31, was awarded the Air Force Cross for his part in the rescue of 14 Spanish seamen after their container ship sank during one of last year's worst North Atlantic storms.