squadron leader

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squadron leader

n
(Military) an officer holding commissioned rank, between flight lieutenant and wing commander in the air forces of Britain and certain other countries
Translations

squadron leader

n (Brit Aviat) → Luftwaffenmajor(in) m(f)
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- Faculty at Air University's Squadron Officer School have streamlined and updated a popular elective designed to challenge students to come up with creative solutions to some of the Air Force's nagging problems.
Placid Segokgo has commended Squadron Officer Basic Course Class One of 2018 for a job well done.
Penny enjoyed many successes in her long and happy life, achieving the rank of Squadron Officer (Squadron Leader) during her WRAF career and, among many activities, served as Honorary Treasurer of the Penarth Ladies Lifeboat Guild from 1984-1999.
The milestones that are on this document include whether or not an individual has accomplished the following items: Squadron Officer College (SOC), flight commander, main weapons system instructor pilot, boarded programs, executive aide, intermediate developmental education (IDE), and staff.
General Masiello is a distinguished graduate of the Squadron Officer School and the Air Command and Staff College, Maxwell AFB, Alabama, and she completed the Program Management Course from the Defense Systems Management College, Fort Belvoir, Virginia.
He was squadron officer in the 460th Bomb Group, 15th Air Force in Spinazzola, Italy.
Moving to the Air Force, the Squadron Officer School's stated purpose is to "educate, motivate, and mentor captains as current and future Air Force leaders." (5) But as with the Army, there is no mention of joint leaders.
John Williamson, a civilian instructor at Cowbridge who was a squadron officer when Captain Clarkeattended,described him as "tough as nails".
"There were no lifeboats anywhere near our station and so we stood, still there on parade until our squadron officer came along and quietly said: 'Well boys, you can see the position.
Judy, 66, said: "Mary retired in 1966, having reached the rank of Squadron Officer and settled in Weston Super Mare."
Squadron Officer School is the basic developmental education program that is attended by captains with approximately 6 years of commissioned service.
He is also a graduate of the Air Force's Squadron Officer School, the Air Force's Air Command and Staff College and the National War College.-TradeArabia News Service