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Synonyms for airmanship

the art of operating aircraft


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In these success stories, the involved aircrew did follow NATOPS, SOPs, and exercised good airmanship (including ORM and CRM).
For three years now, my airmanship has consistently been refined by hundreds of airmen willing to point out my strengths and weaknesses.
Because of Sergeant Brown's outstanding performance and airmanship, he was selected to represent the WRS and 446th Airlift Wing at a Noncommissioned Officer Association conference in July," Terpening said.
The groups were asked to define the concept of airmanship and attitude, write down the definition of attitude, and formulate statements defining a good airman with a good attitude.
The deaths of three servicemen were blamed on a decline in "administration, airmanship and discipline" in the RAF by North Yorkshire coroner Geoff Fell.
The point is that it probably wasn't the winds, and being so focused on the weather (and experiencing the associated pucker factor) may very well have distracted him from basic airmanship.
The principles under general responsibility of instructors, for example, include: make safety the number one priority, demonstrate excellent in airmanship, and aspire to professionalism.
Empson takes the time to explain now arcane flying boat departure and recovery operations that took as much seamanship as airmanship.
Just as we continuously develop our technical skills, we do the same with our Airmanship.
British Airways, Boeing South Africa's Civil Aviation Authority has praised the airmanship of British Airways Boeing 747-400 pilots who battled to prevent a low-altitude stall after the leading-edge slats unexpectedly retracted during lift-off from Johannesburg.
Delivering his verdict at Harrogate Magistrates Court yesterday, he said: "Against a background of deteriorating administration, airmanship and discipline, the helicopter crashed.
Delivering his verdict at Harrogate Magistrates Court, he said: "Against a background of deteriorating administration, airmanship and discipline, the helicopter crashed.
He believes that alternative ways of building airmanship exist and that Airmen can learn to extract three-dimensional situational awareness from a two-dimensional screen.
Quite frankly, I am absolutely amazed at the airmanship of the US Airways pilot who managed to bring down his crippled aircraft on the Hudson River last week.