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airman

[′er·mən]
(mining engineering)
A worker who constructs brattices.
(ordnance)
An enlisted man in the military air force.

airman

i. A loose term for air force personnel below an officer's rank.
ii. An Air Force rank below that of an NCO (non-commissioned officer) and equivalent to the army's other ranks.
iii. A tradesman certified by appropriate authority to work on aircraft.
iv. A generic term for one who flies; an aviator; an aircrew member, a pilot, or a navigator.
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We talk to the crew and ask what they were doing when the problem arose, what exactly happened, what they might have done to correct it, things like that," said Airman Cardiges, who, unlike Airman Broadwell, seems to always have a joke ready.
This job is somewhat intimidating if you think about it," Airman Cruz said.
And I'll tell you there's nothing higher on an air commander's list of priorities than the ability to go pick up an Airman or someone at risk on the surface.
Airmen can remain on active duty with the Airman Education and commissioning Program and continue to receive all pay and allowances, while going to school full time to complete their bachelor's degree in pursuit of a commission.
I was in the Predator control station, also in Balad, and a young lieutenant and senior Airman with only 18 months of experience was beside him running the sensor.
Airman First Class Daniel Bostwick, a security police officer with the 95th Security Police Squadron, was hospitalized for 18 hours before being released.
This celebration recognizes the dedication, sacrifice and service each Airman and family member displays every day.
Along with Basic Military Training, technical school, career development courses and Airman Leadership School all help Airmen earn college credits.
You represent Airmen like Senior Airman Jason Cunningham.
Just after engine shutdown during recovery operations on a B-2A aircraft, Airman Timmons was retrieving equipment from the crew entry way when he noticed a bright blue flash from within the aircraft's crew compartment.
In fact, in July alone, Sergeant Baty's office received six inquiries from survivors who thought they would receive some amount of the retired pay after an Airman died.
Senior Airman Felicia Torres-Perkins, with the Zabul photo by MASTER SGT.