airman first class


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airman first class

n.
1. An enlisted rank in the US Air Force that is above airman and below senior airman.
2. A person who holds this rank.
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So as they first made radio contact with Airman First Class Corey Hughes, he was yelling in the mic to make sure he could be heard over the gunfire they could hear in the background.
Sargent Amie Howell, and Airman First Class Jonathan Jackson, worked around the clock to ensure a smooth training experience for international student pilots last year.
Brozovich Artillery Regiment Pennsylvania Army National Guard Airman First Class Leebernard 372d Military Police Battalion Chavis Moody Air Force Base, Georgia Sergeant Mickel D.
Air Force Airman First Class Brandon Byers was wounded in Iraq on October 16 when his patrol unit was hit with an improvised explosive device.
Horman's son, Jireh, 20, is an airman first class, stationed on the Iraqi border.
Airman First Class Fernando Blanes, 22, was fined 100,000 yen for breaking a window of a car parked in a parking lot in the city of Okinawa and setting fire to the vehicle while drunk at around 5:30 a.
My name is Tony Sosa and I'm an Airman First Class in the U.
In July of 1951, a year after Spencer Tracy gave Elizabeth Taylor away in MGM's Father of the Bride, my grandfather walked down the aisle of an old Albuquerque mission church with his 19-year-old daughter and offered Barbara Ann Kirkpatrick's hand to 22-year-old Airman First Class William Vincent McCormick.
For example, Senior Airman Gweneth Ashley Dunscomb, 35th APS load planning specialist, and Airman First Class Kevin Yeash, 732nd AS loadmaster, were assigned to NCOs for training and evaluation.
Tina proudly served her nation as a Airman First Class, Fire Protection Specialist in the United States Air Force.
I was an Airman First Class stationed at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.
The medical technician--an Airman first class who had processed thousands of candidates--slowly slid the black, notched block across the measuring arm, stopping the block when the point of the arm had centered itself: "one hundred and fifteen pounds, Sir," he said.

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