Air Corps

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Noun1.Air Corps - formerly the airborne division of the United States ArmyAir Corps - formerly the airborne division of the United States Army
air force, airforce - the airborne branch of a country's armed forces
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Army personnel accounted for 17,573 absences, while members of the Air Corps and Navy took a total of 1,748 and 1,842 respectively.
Army Air Corps: 1931-1935
Airtpr Jones has been in the Army for three years and joined 3 Regiment Army Air Corps at Wattisham Flying Station in Suffolk in January last year.
MoD Captain Thomas Ellis Clarke, left, of the Army Air Corps and Lance Corporal Oliver Matthew Thomas of 3 Military Intelligence Battalion, Intelligence Corps <Bwho were killed in a helicopter crash in Kandahar province, Afghanistan
He graduated in April 2008, commissioning into the Army Air Corps as a pilot, and had deployed on numerous occasions in support of training exercises.
The 29-year-old British royal had spent over three years in training and operational service with the Apache Force during his attachment to the Army Air Corps, Contactmusic reported.
O'Malley's work adds some new perspectives to major historical events in the Irish Republic's formative years through a detailed examination of the Irish Air Corps. It is a well-researched book on a topic that seems to have limited documentary evidence.
| AIR SHOW: Prince Harry (left) known as Captain Wales in the Army, with the team y for the Army Air Corps Apache Attack Helicopter Display Team at the RAF Cosford Air Show in Shropshire
A witness described his surprise at seeing how low and fast the Army Air Corps Squirrel helicopter was flying during a training exercise.
| Tech sergeant, 15th Air Force, 301st Bombardment Group, 32nd Bomb Squadron | Army Air Corps | Europe
Jamie De Staines, 22, from New Marske, is currently serving at Camp Bastion, in Afghanistan's Helmand Province, with the Apache attack aviation department, 3 Regiment Army Air Corps.
THIS BOOK CHARTS THE HISTORY of the Irish Air Corps from its early days as the Military Air Service, established by Michael Collins in 1922, through to the "ineffective air operations" conducted during the Second World War period.