pilot officer


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pilot officer

n
(Military) the most junior commissioned rank in the British Royal Air Force and in certain other air forces
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Pilot Officer Smith held the aircraft steady in order that the crew, including my father, were able to bale out.
During this action Pilot Officer Dredge was shot down, his aircraft ablaze.
Trophy for the best performance in 13 A&SD course was awarded to Pilot Officer Usama.
Three other men, Flying Officer G M Sellar, Pilot Officer W A Cruickshanks and Sgt H O Dawe also died and were buried elsewhere.
Pilot officer Dan Smith, who led the RAF Volunteer Reserves Liverpool University Air Squadron on the parade, described the occasion as a "fantastic experience" to be part of ".
The British Royal Air Force lost nine men: Flight Sergeant Robert Throw, Sergeant Air Bomber Bernard Brazier, Sergiant William Bug, Flight Sergeant William Gristle, Pilot Officer Ibarra McKenna (23), Sergeant Ian Reid (20), Flight Sergiant Peter Shepherd (20) and signalman George Shrub (31).
Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee's trophy of best performance in general service training in College of Flying Training was awarded to Pilot officer Osama Sharif Ghani, while Pilot officer Wahab Osama lifted Chairman Joint Chief's of Staff Committee's trophy for best performance in general service training in college of Aeronautical Engineering.
Air Marshal Gration AO AFC enlisted in the RAAF in 1953 and graduated with distinction from RAAF College Point Cook in 1956 as a pilot officer General Duties Branch.
During the war, she returned to Assiniboia where she met RAF Pilot Officer Leslie Walker whom she married in May 1943.
He was educated at Magdalen College School, Oxford and then served as a pilot officer in the Royal Air Force from 1953-55.
Ishrat ul Ebad Khan, on Thursday directed that a newly-built flyover in Karachi be named after Shaheed Pilot Officer of PAF, Marium Mukhtar.