Wingmanship

Wing´man`ship


n.1.Power or skill in flying.
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We pride ourselves on by-the-book maintenance, safety and wingmanship.
However, the closer the team got to the summit, the more the climbers learned that safety wasn't just a matter of good risk management decisions and wingmanship.
My fellow MAJCOM safety directors can continue to rely on ACC Safety's wingmanship as we shepherd Operational Safety initiatives across all 26 aircraft fleets in ACC's lead command portfolio.
The pillars of Airman Resilience mental/emotional, physical, social and spiritual--became vital to Kendra's arsenal, along with healthy doses of humor, faith and wingmanship.
More disturbing is the fact that neither member practiced good wingmanship by calling knock-it-off.
It gave me a sense of pride to see this level of adherence to discipline and wingmanship demonstrated amongst the Airmen.
As we begin a new fiscal year, now is the time to have all our airmen practice good wingmanship and stay vigilant to protect themselves, their families, and coworkers from harm.
Personnel Risk Management and Wingmanship are essential elements to a proactive safety culture.
As we enter the Critical Days of Summer, we need to ensure all our personnel are in tune with Personal Risk Management and Wingmanship.
It's simple - Wingmanship and Personal Risk Management.
Now that we are in the most hazardous period of the year, we must practice good Personal Risk Management and Wingmanship to keep this record year going.
These three areas of focus, which are the building blocks of a successful safety culture, are: leadership, wingmanship, and personal responsibility.