air division

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Noun1.air division - a unit of the United States Air Force usually comprising two or more wings
air unit - a military unit that is part of the airforce
wing - a unit of military aircraft
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On 18 November an "Army-Navy Central Agreement on Operations in the South Pacific Area" was signed, and the 6th Air Division was committed to the New Guinea front.
Elsewhere, the company saw progress in its air division as London Southend Airport, which it owns, signed a deal with budget airline easyJet.
Atlas Copco's Portable Air Division is changing its name to the Portable Energy Division, a name which more accurately reflects the division's extended product portfolio.
01 percentage level on Air Division Dry weight, Root dry weight, Total leaf surface and Leaf sodium concentration.
In 1957 Milton was promoted to brigadier general and commanded the 41st Air Division, a tactical fighter-bomber unit in the Fifth Air Force in Japan.
This settlement will result in cleaner air for communities affected by the CalPortland facility," Deborah Jordan, director of the EPA's Air Division for the Pacific Southwest region said in a press release.
Air Force's 313th Air Division at Kadena Air Base in Okinawa, Japan.
The reports were corroborated by Kamel Mansari, a journalist based in Algiers, who told Al Jazeera that the attacker - the chief commander of the police air division - had been dismissed by Tounsi a day earlier after weeks of disagreement.
Construction of a new distribution centre is set to start at Carlisle Airport and a new railway station at Southend Airport, linked to the fledgling Stobart Air division.
Through the alliance, energy-efficient blowers from Atlas Copco's Oil-free Air division are being jointly offered with ITT aeration and mixer technologies, a combination that the companies say can reduce energy costs by an average 40% in the secondary treatment phase.
The CF104 replaced the Canadair F-86 Sabre Mark 6 and the Avro Canada CF-100 Canuck in the 12 squadrons of the Canadian First Air Division that served with NATO forces in Europe.
John Schneiderbanger, this celebration of peace will be held during the largest base Christmas Concert with the 1 Canadian Air Division band.