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airmanship

A broad-based term that includes not only piloting skills but also common sense, academic knowledge, awareness, experience, correct reaction to emergencies, etc.
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The following research question was formulated: When pilots referred to the term airman and airmanship, could complementary factors in the inventory of pilots' perceptions of the airman's personal attitude be identified?
11) This would offer UAS pilots the opportunity to bolster their credibility and develop airmanship.
Addressing mediapersons here on Thursday, the Air Marshal said that the neighbouring country is scared of the IAF's airmanship and marksmanship.
Air Force Academy cadets who went through the school's Airmanship 490 course last year.
Through his extraordinary heroism, superb airmanship, aggressiveness in the face of the enemy, and the dedication to the service of his country, Sergeant Chapman reflects the highest credit upon himself and the United States Air Force.
Newton and Zaiko were cited for their "skillful airmanship, steadfast communication, and exemplary devotion to duty in the face of hazardous flying conditions, saving the lives of all 25 people on board.
I would have thought that he would have been eligible for a DFM (Distinguished Flying Medal) or even a higher decoration for the airmanship, initiative and bravery shown
RAF Kinloss's spokesman Michael Mulford, who helped co-ordinate the rescue from Scotland, said: "We commend the pilot for great skills of airmanship because that's four-and-a-half hours in a difficult fuel situation and a pretty treacherous storm.
There is a sense of airmanship that goes along with every basic employment of things that are in the air.
He demonstrated extraordinary airmanship, possessed keen abilities to assess and analyze, and employed shrewd organizational skills.
For that sacrifice, his incredible displays of airmanship and his dedication to the fight for liberty and freedom, we're able today to bring something to his family which I think will be very special.
Just that final maneuver alone," in getting the plane on the ground, "has got to be called one of the most magnificent feats of airmanship in the history of flying.