air vice-marshal

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air vice-marshal

n
1. (Military) a senior Royal Air Force officer of equivalent rank to a rear admiral in the Royal Navy
2. (Military) a Royal Australian Air Force officer of the second highest rank
3. (Military) a Royal New Zealand Air Force officer of the highest rank
Abbreviation: AVM
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Air Vice-Marshall Matar bin Ali Al Ubaidani, Commander of the Royal Air Force of Oman and his Indian counterpart signed a protocol on air safety.
Al Mesana'ah, Mar 22 (ONA) Air Vice-Marshall Mattar bin Ali al- Ubaidani, Commander of the Royal Air Force of Oman (RAFO) accompanied by senior RAFO officers today visitedAl Mesana'ah Airbase to review the joint air exercise ('Saqr Al Jazeera' Joint Exercise/ Helicopters 2016) carried out by RAFO with participation of the sisterly GCC air forces.
Chief of Staff Air Vice-Marshall His Excellency Ghanim bin Shaheen al Ghanim on Thursday met with new US Ambassador to Qatar HE Dana Shell Smith.
He was seen off by HE the Chief of Staff Air Vice-Marshall Ghanim bin Shaheen al-Ghanim.
Air Vice-Marshall Matar bin Ali al Ubaidani, Commander of the Royal Air Force of Oman (RAFO) and Air Vice- Marshall C Kumar, Chief of Air Forces for Offensive Operations in India, visited Masirah air base yesterday.
The camp in Abbottabad was set up on the advice of President PSF Air Vice-Marshall Syed Razi Nawab.
ROYAL VISIT The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with Deputy Lieutenant Air Vice-Marshall Clive Evans
The Duke and Duchess are welcomed by the Queen''s representative Deputy Lieutenant Air Vice-Marshall Clive Evans
Guest of honour at yesterday's British Armed Forces Day was Air Vice-Marshall Mike Lloyd.
Air Vice-Marshall White, who retired from the RAF in 1987, recounts his training as a Hunter fighter pilot at Chivenor in 1957 and stations in the Far East, experience learning to handle the Lightning supersonic fighter, and his many interesting duties as deputy commander for headquarters RAF Germany in 1982.
Air Vice-Marshall Greg Bagwell says Government cuts will leave Britain six fighter and bomber squadrons - half the current number and "slightly above Belgium".
Jack Lang produced the biggest problems for the Governor since the time of Bligh, which came to a head under Air Vice-Marshall Game and are well described.