airman

(redirected from airwomen)
Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for airman

Synonyms for airman

References in periodicals archive ?
Wein is a pilot herself, and her respect for these intrepid airwomen and the challenges they faced is clear.
Commissioning of the officers who completed 8th and 56th cadet officer courses, pinning of official badges to the officers who completed 84th air cadet officer course and the passing out of the male and female officers who successfully completed the 162nd Regular Airmen course and 32nd Regular Airwomen course respectively, were held at this occasion.
My mother-in-law, for example, described the experience of many Canadian airwomen in her memoir, where she explained, "Enlistment meant taking part in the war effort, the chance to travel across Canada, make new friends, and not be dependent on one's own family."
Our soldiers, sailors, airmen and airwomen are resilient characters.
Air Force announces that trans airmen and airwomen will not face release from active duty for openly identifying as transgender, according to a report by the LGBT military group SPARTA.
Soldiers, sailors, airmen and airwomen, refugees and war-workers came to Britain.
What else could i do except join the army it was my duty." this is how explained Galina Pavlovna Brok Beltsova, one of the then soviet Union's famed airwomen who flew combat missions along its western front, who was just 16 at that time.
We are filled with pride for the heroic actions of our airmen and airwomen who have carried out these missions.
Adhering to the mission of the award to recognize airmen and airwomen whose actions have made major contributions to aviation and/or security and who serve as leadership role models, Suzanna's accomplishments over a 41-year career history with Boeing (NYSE: BA) will be celebrated.
RAF officers are responsible for the welfare, discipline and career development of their team of non-commissioned airmen and airwomen.
It is nice to see people young and old turning out to remember." Chairman Ian Hindmarsh, 82, who served in the RAF more than 60 years ago said: "It is very important that the sacrifice of the airmen and airwomen who served in Thornaby are remembered and respected." Following the service, the Cleveland Army cadets then led the parade to Thornaby cemetery where the congregation was invited to a second short service.Second Lieutenant Glenn Bridges of Cleveland Army Cadet Force said: "It is always a privilege to be asked along for us to show our respects.
Royal Air Force (RAF) officers are responsible for the welfare, discipline and career development of their team of non-commissioned RAF personnel (airmen and airwomen).
Iari Yongco paced the Airwomen with 19 points but it wasn't enough as the Army re-established its game after dropping the second set, where it fell behind early.
At their peak strength, well over 500 officers and airwomen were stationed at Valley.
Our chaplains deploy with their units overseas wherever and whenever our soldiers, sailors, airwomen and airmen deploy," says Padre McLean.
Full browser ?