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wingman
An aviator subordinate to and in support of the designated section leader. Also, the aircraft flown in the role. A wingman normally flies on the wing tip of the element leader. The main role of a wingman is to search for and report enemy aircraft and provide cover and support to his leader.
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Developed for the passionate sports fan, My Wingman is a real-life looking football player that holds your food and drink so you can represent your team while enjoying the game.
The lead began a 60-degree angle of bank descending turn back to the left but, his wingman only used a 35-degree angle of bank.
Recent large-scale consumer research showed the Wingman had succeeded in its mission: 78% of its users and even 89% of its "heavy users" rated Wingman as the best condom ever.
However, my wingman immediately called contact of the tracks, and the waypoints from our mission
A good wingman is not comprised of any specific gender, age, or race.
Howevs, wingman Louis was nowhere to be seen on Saturday night as Harry, 19, partied with students at a Sheffield University halls of residence after the band's gig in the city.
Mr McIntosh joined AFLCA CEO and Danny Frawley to present Mr Horbury with the Ballarat Football League s Wingman award.
Pell returns from missions bragging about his kills, but his fellow airmen question his loyalty as a wingman.
Mr Jolley said: "The experience on Britain's Next Big Thing was an incredible rollercoaster and I'm really excited that it sparked Will's interest in Wingman and has resulted in the King of Shaves investment.
It was a much stronger race - off a mark of 124 Wingman missed making the handicap proper by 1lb, whereas Heathcote was rated 126 and carried 10st 6lb 12 months earlier - and Wingman was sent off at 14-1 to land the double.
Tries by Durham University centre Dave Astle, No 8 Phil Eggleshaw (Durham University), Billingham wingman Peter Evans and scrum-half Martin Lythgow (Darlington Mowden Park) gave the Dunelmians the edge in a game where the lead changed hands several times.
John Edwards "decided to become Obama's wingman in the Democratic