element leader

element leader

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The leader of an element in an aircraft formation. The minimum size of an element is two aircraft.
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Simon Mahoney, a native of Adelaide, Australia, who serves as an element leader for FLS with the 3rd Security Squadron, Australian army.
This investment will allow V-Key to accelerate key strategic initiatives and cement our position as a mobile virtual secure element leader.
He was soon recognized as a better-than-average pilot and was designated an element leader, leading one of two, two-ship formations that made up a flight.
The SBF element leader should throw the smoke laterally towards the assault element side of the SBF so the assault element can see the confirmation signal.
Soutra's unit became pinned down by a complex ambush initiated by an improvised explosive device that mortally wounded his staff sergeant element leader.
He was providing over watch for the clearance of the Malmand Bazaar, Kandahar Province, when his element leader was mortally wounded after stepping on a pressure plate improvised explosive device (IED).
2 Trainees are ordered to cover their lips and listen to instructions by their element leader after making too much noise inside a safety bunker during a simulated mortar attack at the BEAST.
Each team develops executive summaries from graduate and supervisor feedback and gives them to the quality assurance element leader in each school to support ongoing course assessments.
It divides the entire group of officers into smaller element groups, each with an element leader.
The element leader conducts a detailed mission analysis for their area of operations (AO) to determine C-LED enabler requirements.
The four men called it a horrible day because they lost their element leader, Staff Sgt.
While serving as the assault element leader of the counter-piracy operations raid force for Task Force 151 off the coast of Somalia, our unit embraced the understanding that what was 'special' about our special operations capability was that we didn't shoot if we didn't have to - that we would train harder and perform with a higher degree of professionalism and excellence so that we did not have to take any lives if at all possible.