American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. An air force physician who specializes in aeromedicine.
- n. a medical officer specializing in aviation medicine
“At about the same time in the simulation, Sim Sup also introduced a human medical problem for the MCC flight surgeon to work—pilot Fred Gregory was ill with a fever and a urinary tract infection.”
“Fortunately, a more practical design was adopted from a suggestion by flight surgeon Joe Boyce—a slide pole.”
“Waiting for them inside the helicopter was Dr. William R. Carpentier, their flight surgeon from the Manned Spacecraft Center.”
“I thought of the full-mouth dental photos and clip of hair and the footprint the flight surgeon had archived in Houston.”
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