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  • noun Plural form of aircrewman.


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  • As you know, there was a second meeting between U.S. officials and the 24 aircrewmen and women being held on Hainan Island.

    CNN Transcript Apr 6, 2001

  • Give me about 30 days to go visit some friends and family throughout this country, and I'm going to come home, get back in the airplane, take a few training flights, and I'll jump in the airplane with Lieutenant Osborn and Lieutenant Comerford or any one of our fine pilots and aircrewmen.

    CNN Transcript Apr 15, 2001

  • Fifty-five aircrewmen were killed in action, 178 were wounded and 34 were missing in action.

    Ard, Randolph J.

  • Fifty-five aircrewmen were killed, 178 wounded, and 34 missing in action in the entire operation, lasting until April 6, 1971.

    Crandall, Gregory S.

  • Although the ECM gear was antiquated by 1960s standards, it was effective when employed by skilled, experienced aircrewmen.

    On Yankee Station

  • In that thirty-six-month period navy SAR forces rescued sixty-one combat aircrewmen, including nineteen from the Gulf.

    On Yankee Station

  • ET1 (SW/AW) Shannon M. Kein With the new uniforms coming out … what do the E-6 and below aircrewmen wear for a Answer: cover?

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  • Overall, Halsey’s three days of strikes on Kure and environs proved costly: 126 aircraft seventy-three fighters, fifty-three bombers were lost with 102 pilots and aircrewmen.



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