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Contract notice: flight jacket flame retardant, framework agreement
Workers threw down the gauntlet, suggesting Faury undertake a flight under the same conditions as the workers in full survival suit and flight jacket.
Carefully posed, gazing contemplatively into the camera, accompanied by a reminder of the ace's service--a flight jacket, medals, a wartime background shot, or even just a unit patch--these professional portrayals are intended to bring out the strength, fortitude, and spirit of the subject.
Trump was presented with a NASA flight jacket during the ceremony and he later tweeted about signing the bill along with the pictures.
She comes dressed as Amelia Earhart --complete with flight jacket, helmet, goggles and white aviator scarf--but she goes by Penny the Pilot.
I printed it, complete with a cheesy picture of me in an imitation Top Gun flight jacket draping my arm over a tail dragger I once owned.
THE bomber jacket, also known as the flight jacket or bombardier jacket, was first created during World War I to keep pilots warm while flying as most airplanes didn't have an enclosed cockpit.
Guys like retired Eugene architect George "Rusty" Mayer, a corporal in the Army Air Force who arrived in a flight jacket he wore in the South Pacific, proudly presenting us with a poem he'd written in the previous few days.
Dress down your look with a leather flight jacket to add a rockier edge.
He noticed Burke fumbling inside his flight jacket as if scratching an obscure itch and thought: I can't take much more of this.
The top scorer(s) will be inducted into the PCB Top Gun Hall of Fame during a breakfast on Wednesday morning, September 17, where they will be awarded a plaque and a coveted Top Gun-style, Avirex leather flight jacket.