Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of refueler.

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Examples

  • The Dutch have the equipment necessary for projecting power overseas: F-16 jets, submarines, air refuelers, frigates, surveillance capabilities and heavy-lift helicopters.

    Europeans Retreat on Defense Spending

  • But it wasn't until last week, on Jeff McLean's final and 40th flight on this deployment that he rendezvoused with the air refuelers over Pakistan and was happy to see it was his wife's plane.

    Jeff And Christine McLean, Married Pilots, Hook Up On Military Refueling Mission

  • Air Force with a fleet of new aerial refuelers after the Pentagon said it might extend the bidding deadline The Defense Department has been under pressure to extend the deadline to allow European Aeronautic Defence

    Virgin Blue Enters Boeing Deal

  • Air Force with a fleet of new aerial refuelers after the Pentagon said it might extend the bidding deadline The Defense Department has been under pressure to extend the deadline to allow European Aeronautic Defence

    Virgin Blue Enters Boeing Deal

  • Air Force with a fleet of new aerial refuelers after the Pentagon said it might extend the bidding deadline The Defense Department has been under pressure to extend the deadline to allow European Aeronautic Defence

    Virgin Blue Enters Boeing Deal

  • Air Force with a fleet of new aerial refuelers after the Pentagon said it might extend the bidding deadline The Defense Department has been under pressure to extend the deadline to allow European Aeronautic Defence

    Virgin Blue Enters Boeing Deal

  • The contest for the tanker contract has fed trans-Atlantic political tensions, with some European officials accusing the U.S. of protectionism in favoring Boeing as the future supplier of the refuelers.

    EADS Re-Enters Tanker Bidding

  • But if NATO and other European forces supplied fighter aircraft for the proposed no-fly zone, Gen. McPeak and Mr. Bassuener insist that an American contribution would be essential, especially of aerial refuelers and command-and-control aircraft.

    We need a no-fly zone in Sudan...

  • Indeed, the White Book outlines a robust agenda for the EU, including rejuvenated efforts to build a 60,000-strong intervention force, buy new air transports and refuelers and reinforce "autonomous" planning capabilities.

    The Military Fights Back

  • Never mind that the baggage loaders, cleaners, caterers, and refuelers receive only occasional random screening.

    Come Fly With Me

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