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  • Air Force and Navy set up an office to develop complementary tactics and weaponry for what they are calling air-sea battle.

    NYT > Home Page

  • In the summer, the air-sea temperature difference has also been increasing, and with it the occurrence of sea fog, driven inland by the prevailing wind.

    Weatherwatch: Fog and the Isle of Man

  • Even the "fishermen of Corinth" become an air-sea rescue team descending from the heavens.

    The Comedy of Errors, Olivier, London | Theatre review

  • Since then William has embarked on the standard military training of a royal prince, in all three services: Sandhurst and a commission in the posh Blues and Royals Household Cavalry regiment for the army; time with the Navy on HMS Iron Duke, chasing drug smugglers in the Caribbean; and then pilot training with the RAF and most recently with the helicopter air-sea rescue service off Anglesey.

    Prince William: how he has coped with a life in the spotlight

  • Instead of which, those who have met him speak privately, as well as publicly, of a decent young man, approachable, genial and serious-minded, able to make conversation and not be stilted about it, committed both to the charities in which he is interested and to his nascent career as an air-sea rescue helicopter pilot, a genuinely useful job.

    Prince William: how he has coped with a life in the spotlight

  • Erin Nolan, the first female NYPD pilot qualified to command one of its larger Bell 412 air-sea rescue helicopters, I was relieved to learn that my photographer would be

    Up in the Air With One of the Finest's Finest

  • University of Miami oceanographer Hans Graber - an expert in "surface wave dynamics, microwave remote sensing of ocean processes, air-sea interaction and boundary-layer dynamics" - thinks he knows why people have such a connection to Overton and other experts on TV: Science may be the only thing the public trusts.

    Gulf Oil Spill: Scientists Are The New Celebrities

  • His navigator calculated that they would fall at least fifty miles short, and there was no air-sea rescue plane owing to confusion in communications with Guam.

    Whirlwind

  • Iwo Jima was crammed with airplanes: two Army night fighter squadrons, Navy and Marine strike aircraft, and air-sea rescue planes.

    Whirlwind

  • By mid-August the Pacific command had fourteen submarines, twenty-one flying boats, nine super-dumbo aircraft, and five ships deployed for air-sea rescue.

    Whirlwind

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