leading aircraftman

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leading aircraftman

n
(Military) air force Brit the rank above aircraftman
leading aircraftwoman fem n
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Singh and Manoj Yadav and Leading Aircraftsman Naidu were on board.
Alongside radio crew from all three services, Leading Aircraftsman Albert manned the operations room in four-hourly shifts until June 29 when the Bulolo was recalled to Southampton.
This time 70 years ago, veteran Gordon Bowring was still in the Far East, having served almost four years in Burma as a leading aircraftsman with 2963 Squadron.
Leading Aircraftsman Ronald Maddison, 20, died in 1953 shortly after being used in tests on the deadly nerve agent sarin.
In the Second World War leading aircraftsman and right-half Bob Gordon died on September 18, 1940 and able seaman Tom Carter, a reserve team player, died in April 1943.
He was the leading aircraftsman on duty at Squires Gate aerodrome in Blackpool on the day Amy took off in her two-engined Airspeed Oxford aircraft.
William Trewick, 70, of Wallsend, was a leading aircraftsman in the RAF between 1953-1956.
Thomas Hutchinson, of Blaydon, Gateshead, was in Egypt between 1953 and 1954, where he served as a leading aircraftsman in the RAF.
The new inquest has heard that leading aircraftsman Maddison died after having 200mg of sarin put on his arm at the Porton Down base on Salisbury Plain.
Leading Aircraftsman Douglas Duncan, then 19, was the first person to track radio transmissions coming from test firings of Hitler's secret weapon, the notorious V-1 missiles.
Mr Nicholson was the leading aircraftsman on duty at Squires Gate aerodrome in Blackpool on the day of Johnson's fateful flight.
Leading Aircraftsman Maddison collapsed and died within minutes of having 200mg of sarin drops put on to his arm in a chamber at the top secret base.