flying officer


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flying officer

n
(Military) an officer holding commissioned rank senior to a pilot officer but junior to a flight lieutenant in the British and certain other air forces
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This is much tougher, but under Dettori, Flying Officer is still lightly races and open to improvement.
Lieutenant Prabhjot is currently serving in the ASC of the Army while Flying Officer Ramnik is posted at the Air Force Station in Kanpur.
Pilot officers earn PS25,220 a year while flying officers earn between PS30,313 and PS33,506, and flight lieutenants can earn from PS38,847 up to PS46,198.
Three other men, Flying Officer G M Sellar, Pilot Officer W A Cruickshanks and Sgt H O Dawe also died and were buried elsewhere.
Jim played for a South Wales XV that had Willie Jones, the Glamorgan cricketer, and Haydn Tanner at half-back, Flying Officer Hubert Johnson and Flight-Lieutenant Arthur Rees among the forwards.
Flight Lieutenant Paul Hincks, Flying Officer Norma Easterlow and Warrant Officer Jim Taylor were presented with the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Medal by Squadron Leader Bryan Coats during a ceremony at their Nuneaton headquarters.
Flying Officer Varun Agarwal, who commanded the parade, was awarded the President's Plaque and Chief of Air Staff 'Sword of Honour ' for standing first in overall order of merit in Pilot Course.
Flying Officer Allen Mawer's diary records the romantic escapades of the young flyer and his comrades as well as their combat adventures, in entries written between April 1941 and September 1943.
Pictured left to right are: Flying Officer Bill Swainston, Flight Lieutenant Eddie Edwards, Squadron Leader George Martin, Flying Officer Grant Goodwill, Flying Officer Harry Bates, Warrant Officer Bill Sykes, Flight Lieutenant Bill Goodrum, Sergeant Pilot Tony Kenny, Flying Officer Neil Hancock, Flight Lieutenant Tan Lord, Sergeant Pilot Cooper and Sergeant Pilot Griffiths
Mr Price, from Bridgend, was retired but was part of the RAF's voluntary reserves and Mr Marsh, from the Vale of Glamorgan, was a serving Flying Officer.
Right, Flying Officer Andrew Marsh and, far right, Flying Officer Hylton Price
Known as Flying Officer William Wales, he has begun his training on a propeller-driven Grob 115E light aircraft, known as a Tutor.