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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.
Canada has six CF-18 fighter jets, a refueling tanker aircraft and two surveillance planes there as part of an air combat mission that includes about 600 airmen and airwomen.
RAF officers are responsible for the welfare, discipline and career development of their team of non-commissioned airmen and airwomen.
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.
In the 90 years that have followed, Canadians at home and abroad, as well as our partners and allies around the world, have come to recognize and respect the professionalism and capabilities of our brave 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.
3) Marian Gyr, "Book Review of Pioneer Airwomen," Women in Aviation: The Publication (May-June 1990).
42) Krylova generously acknowledges Laurie Stoff's recent book, They Fought for the Motherland: Russia's Women Soldiers in Worm War I and the Revolution (Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2006); and Reina Pennington, Wings, Women, and War: Soviet Airwomen in World War II Combat (Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2001).
33) While there was still some resistance to the idea, the planned arrival of a substantial number of British airwomen to work on the British Commonwealth Air Training Stations increased public pressure to enlist Canadian women.
A 1950s briefing paper for the officials revealed how in the past commanders were told to be alert to airwomen who played cricket or hockey, or spent a lot of time writing letters or telephoning to female comrades, seen as possible signs of attraction to other women.
The expertise they gain here has seen officers, airmen and airwomen from Boulmer deployed overseas in the Falklands, Iraq and, of course, Afghanistan.
Anne Noggle, A Dance with Death: Soviet Airwomen in World War II, 1st ed.
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