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aircraftman

(ˈɛəˌkrɑːftmən)
n, pl -men
(Military) a serviceman of the most junior rank in the RAF. Also (not in official use): aircraftsman
ˈaircraftˌwoman, ˈaircraftsˌwoman fem n
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Noun1.aircraftman - a noncommissioned officer in the British Royal Air Force
enlisted officer, noncom, noncommissioned officer - a military officer appointed from enlisted personnel
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aircraftman

[ˈɛəkrɑːftmən] N (aircraftmen (pl)) (Brit) → cabo m segundo (de las fuerzas aéreas)
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Team members Squadron Leader Anne Pearson, Flight Lieutenant Will Collins, Master Aircrewman Simon Allen and Senior Aircraftswoman Hollie Renwick beat RAF Waddington by a very close margin.
Deputy Commandant Group Captain Greg Hammond presents Senior Aircraftswoman Charlotte Killeen with the Air Command Deputy Commanders Commendation for her work organising forces swimming championships
Leading Aircraftswoman Patricia E Lane fell from a high ladder in the operations room on April 25, 1943.
GORGEOUS bride Emma Claypole and Dean Mitchell, both of Skelton, married at Grinkle Park Hotel, on December 18 Picture by Libby Conway HAPPY couple Jamie Bennett and Katie Jackson, both of Hemlington, tied the knot at St Peter and Paul's Church, StaintonPicture by Doug Moody BRIDE Lianne Waters and groom James Leeson, both of Thornaby, said their vows at Christ the King Church, Thornaby Picture by Helen Meehan AIRCRAFTSMAN Craig Willett, of Middlesbrough, tied the knot with aircraftswoman Jade Ayra, of Nottinghamshire, at RAF Lossimouth Morayshire at St Aidens Church ASHLEY Rainford and Karl Debnath, both of Middlesbrough, married at Rushpool Hall, Saltburn.
Senior Aircraftswoman Chrystie MacLeod, a reservist with the RAF, will go to the Kandahar airbase in January to work with US forces.
Her portrayals of women in the armed services completed as a war artist have now assumed iconic status about women's contribution in wartime, and include the powerfully built Transport driver, Aircraftswoman Florence Miles, 1945, wielding the steering wheel of a heavy truck with ease.
Clarinetist and Senior Aircraftswoman Shona McPherson, from Amble in Northumberland, is taking part in the band's first big concert in her home area since she joined the R A F.
Thinking of you as always - Snr Aircraftswoman Louise Thistlethwaite to Jacqui in Blackpool
Only in Britain can the Queen be above suspicion of dangerous driving and only in Britain can the RAF fork out pounds 2,500 for a Senior Aircraftswoman to re-train as a pole dancer.
Sexy Stephanie Hulme, a former senior aircraftswoman, now pole dances under the stage name Kitty earning up to pounds 500 a night from drooling punters baying to see her 34b-24-34 charms.
The picture was originally sent in some years ago by Mrs Nora Lindsey, formerly Aircraftswoman Lockhart, now of Easington, near Saltburn.

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