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- n. A member of a military aircrew
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- n. a member of an aircrew.
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- n. a member of an aircrew
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For the next nine nights the aircrewman crept to the tethered animal, helped himself to fresh milk, and returned to his hideout.
I flew over Iraq as an aircrewman, enforcing the United Nations no-Fly Zone that protected five million Kurdish citizens of Northern Iraq.
An enlisted aircrewman directed them to seats in the middle of the aircraft, then trotted back down the ramp to check for any more late arrivals.
The "Electric Spads" (EA-lFs) flew with a pilot, a commissioned aircrewman known as a naval flight officer or NFO, and two enlisted men as ECM operators.
Each aircrewman carried such a signal mirror as part of his equipment.
The guards always picked a man — usually a very young enlisted aircrewman — and over those four days completely broke him.
A wounded aircrewman or great structural damage were the only reasons you could abort.
He first flew aircrewman in August 1922; flew rearseat Radioman / Gunner
He first flew aircrewman in August 1922; flew rearseat Radioman/Gunner
We managed to lower our aircrewman Petty Officer Jason Bibby onto the cliff and he saw that the eyes belonged to a Collie dog that looked a bit like Shep!