from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Operated by an onboard crew: a crewed space flight.
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- adj. Having a crew; manned.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of crew.
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Going back to the moon is about learning how to live, build, and maintain crewed systems on the surface of another world.
Skytrain crewed by these airmen was delivering Polish paratroopers to a drop zone south of Arnhem, Holland, in support of Operation
This NASA video segment focuses on food studies and research preparing for long-term crewed missions.
One student asked "how long before we have a manned mission to Mars?" and she answered "I prefer the term crewed missions" and refused to answer the actual question.
Frank: No way; you saw that ship, designed by MSOE students, on the ice before the game, "crewed" by some lucky kids and Roscoe, the mascot.
They were crewed by artificially intelligent systems, I say crew because we thought of them that way, individual intelligences each outstripping my own, collectively far greater than any human being and yet an officer of Oversight Committee was their Captain, a guarantee the engines of destruction remained under token human control.
But the 17 sailors crewed a guided-missile-equipped destroyer - not exactly a pleasure boat.
Having single crewed officers, especially on response seems barmy …. most jobs after a certain hour seem to be domestic related which implies at least two people to talk to, pretty hard to do effectively if you are single crewed I would have thought.
Many a Sgt tried to reason with him-same arguements as here-excess fuel useage danger to single crewed officers etc-he was having none of it-a week after the policy started we were on nights.
In my probabtion years the only vehicle deemed to be double crewed was the Area Car.
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