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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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Common feedback from these courses involved education and training that was not needed until a year or more after the Airman began work.
As an Airman, we find that a lot of the responsibility that happens within this region falls on us.
When one of our combat medics was critically wounded and being prepared for theater medevac without any notice to Air Force leadership, a JET Airman called the group to advise of the situation.
Airman Hoyt's brother, Alan, has also been in the Navy for four years.
Airman Bryant is the son of Heidi Gencarelle of Grove Street, Brookfield, and William Bryant of Cypress Lane, Stockbridge, Ga.
As the tech sergeant ran for his Crew Chief, airman Niedermayer quickly signaled the "lazy eight" fire signal to the pilot.
To become an honorary Tuskegee Airman, one must help preserve the Red Tails heritage and help continue their legacy by introducing youth to aviation and science, technology, engineering and math.
I would do anything to be an airman again, I have what it takes.
The DO also wanted the same kind of plan for the return leg with the exception that the Airman could make the trip in 1 day if he planned at least one long rest stop and finished before dark.
Senior Airman William Newman from Kingston Springs, Tenn.
WILL NEVER LEAVE AN AIRMAN BEHIND, I WILL NEVER FALTER,
Senior Airman Jason Cunningham, one of seven Americans killed in the bloodiest U.