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  • noun Plural form of airman.

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Examples

  • The burial of the four Army airmen is the latest of the Pentagon's interments of American servicement supposedly accounted for after being missing in action in Southeast Asia from the Vietnem War, which ended in

    Nelson, David L.

  • The burial of the four Army airmen is the latest of the Pentagon's interments of American servicement supposedly accounted for after being missing in action in Southeast Asia from the Vietnem War, which ended in

    Smiley, Stanley K.

  • The 115 airmen from the 621st "will bring order" to the airport, he said.

    Obama pledges starter of $100M in relief

  • PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti On a grassy rise at the east end of the battered airport, airmen from the 621st Contingency Response Wing worked through the predawn darkness Friday to bring a sliver of order in the chaos wrought by the Haiti earthquake that has killed thousands.

    Air Force battles chaos at Haiti's airport

  • Psychotherapy sessions conducted by medical officers unearthed a wealth of repressed hostility in airmen suffering from depression.

    Miss Yourlovin: GIs, Gender, and Domesticity during World War II

  • Tourison wrote: "1 case involving 2 airmen from the same loss incident (MIA-KIA/BNR), one parachute was reportedly seen by a wingman, witnesses in Vietnam have testified that a shootdown correlating to this case involved two bodies seen a the crash site."

    19 New POW Cases

  • (Ashlock) 1 case involving 2 airmen from the same loss incident

    19 New POW Cases

  • Inside the massive hangar, hymns were sung, prayers were said and tears were shed as more than 3,000 people gathered to honor nine airmen from the base who died last week in a plane crash in the mountains of Albania.

    KIA KIA/BNR

  • By this time, White House aides say, Bush had begun to worry about "our people," as he called the airmen and cryptologists detained on Hainan, and about the reaction of their families back home.

    A Crash In The Clouds

  • In the early clays her function was to train airmen, to provide naval escort for shipping in addition to being the larder for British food and the manufacturer of all kinds of military equipment.

    The Approaching Climax

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