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  • n. A member of a military aircrew

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  • n. a member of an aircrew.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • Each aircrewman carried such a signal mirror as part of his equipment.

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  • The guards always picked a man — usually a very young enlisted aircrewman — and over those four days completely broke him.

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  • 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

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  • 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!

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