aircrew


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Synonyms for aircrew

the crew of an aircraft

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However, in 2015, the Department increased its aircrew requirements, compared to its previous requirement on which MFTS had been based.
The Air Force and Air Combat Command are working to find a feasible solution for aircrew members.
A farewell dinner for the contingent was hosted by the Commander Naval Aviation which was attended by Japanese aircrew along with senior representatives and dignitaries of Japan.
A farewell dinner for the contingent was hosted by Commander Naval Aviation which was attended by Japanese aircrew along with senior representatives and dignitaries of Japan.
It was attended by the Japanese aircrew along with senior representatives and dignitaries of Japan.
The Navy's premier helicopter training squadron, HSC-3 provides pilots and aircrew members to units deployed worldwide, including 136 fleet replacement pilots, 85 fleet replacement aircrew members and 32 air vehicle operators in fiscal 2018.
He said that induction of training simulator will provide us great capability to train our aircrew with full degree of freedom to achieve unflinching and highest standard of professionalism.
The aircrew flew for nearly 2-hours -- even repeating the search patterns for better coverage -- and, while Pilots for Hope did not find any signs of Lamesh on this flight, they plan to fly another aerial search of the area in the next few days (weather permitting).
Air Force (USAF) contract to provide comprehensive C-130H aircrew training services.
Navy aircrew, flying an F/A-18 Growler (Electronic Attack Aircraft) assigned to Electronic Attack Squadron 130 based at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island, Wash., flew an air pattern over Okanogan County, Washington, on Thursday, November 16, that left a condensed air trail resembling an obscene image to observers on the ground."
THE Chief of the Air Staff, Air Chief Marshal Sir Stephen Hillier, visited RAF Valley recently to conduct aircrew sea survival drills and meet personnel from the Anglesey base.
Of course, some aircrew landed safely in enemy territory and were made prisoners of war and the 'medal' was awarded much later.
Apart from having to meet several professional qualifications, military aircrew should also meet physical and mental requirements mentioned in the relevant instructions and regulations.
The PRs and Marine 6048s ("Flight E's") are working hard to keep up with the everyday challenges like supply shortages of aircrew flight gear and new maintenance requirements for aviation life support system (ALSS) equipment.
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