from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The second or relief pilot of an aircraft.
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- n. a relief or assistant pilot of an aircraft
- v. To serve as relief or assistant pilot.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a relief pilot on an airplane
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“Nightmare flight, stand by for conditions at Yuma,” called the copilot of the KC-10.
By now, though, replacing his copilot was the least of Roy's Cannonball problems.
LEMON: Well, the copilot was the only survivor of last summer's Comair crash in Kentucky and he is said to remember none of it.
If there were any others, he added to himself, wondering if he and the copilot were the only Americans still left on board the helicopter.
The copilot was the sort who'd happily don a lampshade and dance on a tabletop to liven up a party.
Last week, her copilot was her sister, Heather, of
When she gets there, she finds that the copilot is her dad, HRG.
Recently of them are smashed with the of grace that vein to the lift of the password copilot and homebrew student.
Pilot ") * TAGCEN shows Hummel as" pilot/operator ", Milliner as" copilot "- i.e., both crewmen. 1993 and 2003 CACCFs concur.
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