aircrew


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Synonyms for aircrew

the crew of an aircraft

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Air Force has exercised the option for the sixth year of aircrew training services provided by CAE USA as the prime contractor on the KC-135 Aircrew Training System (ATS) program.
Under the C-130J Maintenance and Aircrew Training System (MATS) II contract, Lockheed Martin is delivering a number of aircrew and maintainer devices to support ground-based training, including high fidelity weapons systems trainers, part-task trainers and training aids.
A material failure must be so extreme that no aircrew intervention can prevent the mishap.
Flight Lieutenant Lockyear, the Chinook's captain, has been awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross and Master Aircrew Sunderland, a Mention in Despatches.
The second part of the service takes place at the war graves of both allies and enemy aircrew in Thornaby cemetery, when a wreath in respect is laid by the Thornaby Mayor on behalf of the Thornaby residents and an individual cross is then placed on every aircrew grave.
Aircrew selection used to begin at RAF Biggin Hill both for AAC and RAF.
Group chairman Sam Apsley, a navigator in the RAF in the 1950s, said: "The Aircrew Association was set up in 1978 for holders of military flying badges for pilots, navigators and air engineers.
One in three of the aircrew were either killed or wounded.
Kindling added that courses offered through ASTC Jacksonville include Initial Aircrew Training (primarily provided at ASTC Pensacola), Refresher Aircrew Training, Non-Aircrew Training and non-aircraft-specific training, all requirements for personnel whose duties involve frequent flights aboard Navy and Marine Corps aircraft.
Jim Martin, who helped set up the helicopters' Northumberland and Cumbria bases and was responsible for flying the aircraft, launched JM AirCrew Training in Wylam last year to train specialist police, air ambulance, aerial surveyors and freelance pilots.
VFA-136 aircrew and maintenance personnel had to deal with numerous such issues during our initial months of operating new Lot 30 Super Hornets.
It will make all I do worth it if an aircrew member has to use my equipment, then returns, pats me on the back and says, 'Sergeant Pratt, thank you.
Army aircrews deploying in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom have been equipped with this new-generation aircrew ensemble that provides advanced life support, ballistic protection, and chemical-biological protection in a system of mission-configured modules.
The new Super Hornet offers the former Tomcat aircrew a 30-year leap forward in technology and innovation.
No training infrastructure (classrooms, aircrew training devices, training materials) existed in Iraq, and no Iraqi students were programmed into any USAF C-130 training programs.
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