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  • noun a member of an aircrew.

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  • noun A member of a military aircrew

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  • noun a member of an aircrew

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Examples

  • For the next nine nights the aircrewman crept to the tethered animal, helped himself to fresh milk, and returned to his hideout.

    Whirlwind

  • For the next nine nights the aircrewman crept to the tethered animal, helped himself to fresh milk, and returned to his hideout.

    Whirlwind

  • I flew over Iraq as an aircrewman, enforcing the United Nations no-Fly Zone that protected five million Kurdish citizens of Northern Iraq.

    Scott McClellan, Mark Kirk and the Mother of All Cheap (No, Expensive) Campaign Stunts

  • 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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  • I flew over Iraq as an aircrewman, enforcing the United Nations no-Fly Zone that protected five million Kurdish citizens of Northern Iraq.

    September 2006

  • I flew over Iraq as an aircrewman, enforcing the United Nations no-Fly Zone that protected five million Kurdish citizens of Northern Iraq.

    Archive 2006-09-01

  • 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.

    Joint Operations

  • 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.

    On Yankee Station

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

    On Yankee Station

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