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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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In reality, though, every airwoman understood that an unplanned pregnancy, deliberate indiscretion or marriage would mean the death of her military career.
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OLD bones found on a Pacific island almost 60 years ago may be the remains of pioneer airwoman Amelia Earhart.
The Air Force athlete with a rank of Airwoman Second Class will also be promoted to the next higher rank, PAF spokesperson Col.
At the far end of the bunker, a young airwoman had her head in her hands repeating to herself quietly: "I just don't want to be here.
This is Airwoman First Class Hidilyn Diaz's success.
Stockton-born RAF technician Kristoffer Tott, 22, was due to wed his fiancAe, US airwoman Blair Anderson, also 22, from Perry, Georgia, at Saltburn's Rushpool Hall on Saturday.
AN airwoman woke up to find herself being raped in a barracks block, a court heard yesterday.
As soon as Diaz, now an Airwoman 1st class (A1C), and her teammate Airman 2nd class (A2C) Nestor Colonia walked out of Bay 110, they gave a salute to their superiors Major Gen.
RAF technician Kristoffer Tott, 22, whose family live in Stockton, was due to wed his fiancAe, US airwoman Blair Anderson, also 22, from Houston, at Saltburn's Rushpool Hall today.
Kristoffer, 22, should have wed US airwoman Blair, of Houston, Texas, at Rushpool Hall, Saltburn, Cleveland, in front of scores of family and friends.
The ubiquitous female closed-in security of the Popemobile, then Airwoman Bernadette Alvarez.

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