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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AYE, SIR Captain Kyd with Leading Aircraftsman Thomas Hardcastle and Leading Physical Trainer Michelle Mattison.
Faced with moving to another prison camp he approached Coventry prisoner Percival C Groves, a leading aircraftsman with the RAF, and suggested they swap identities.
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.
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.
Singh and Manoj Yadav and Leading Aircraftsman Naidu were on board.
He remembered me mainly as Sgt Stark and I remembered him as Leading Aircraftsman Sellers.
So I think it would be good to see one of the recovered Spitfires from Burma given a Former leading aircraftsman backs bid for fighter return home on the Spitfire Island, which I know has been suggested.
Brian Davison said in the book: "Cloughie was quite content to be a Leading Aircraftsman, not interested in promotion, finding the camaraderie more important than rank.
A FORMER Leading Aircraftsman has flown high once more with an RAF-themed party.
Russ's real name was Ronnie Hulme, a fine young footballer who worked as a costing-clerk in the local Metal Box factory, before his National Service, when he was a leading aircraftsman and dated a telephone operator called Pat Hitchin, whom he loved dearly.
John Taylor, 71, of South Shields, was 20 when he went to Maralinga, South Australia as an RAF leading aircraftsman.