n.1.(Crim. Law) One who, not being interested, maintains a cause depending between others, by furnishing money, etc., to either party.
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Reserve rescue and recovery professionals, intelligence and medical specialists, aerial porters, maintainors, lawyers, and chaplains comprised an entire range of support provided.
In the next several months, the wings' pilots and maintainors will begin working together even more closely as the 419th FW's F-16 Block 30 fighter aircraft begin to depart Hill AFB for reassignment to Guard and Reserve bases across the United States.