air-minded

air-minded

adj
interested in or promoting aviation or aircraft
ˈair-ˌmindedness n
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A joint doctrine, including an air-minded perspective, must emerge to fight unconventional war.
2) Given his forceful belief that the future security of the United States would require significant and deliberate attention to the development of airpower, he rationally concluded that to fulfill such an important requirement, airpower must be organized, resourced, and led by air-minded thinkers (airmen).
Fans who like to see the football in the air will love tonight's homecoming contest between air-minded Washington State and No.
Without a strong commitment to a flying program, it is hard to see how the institution really inculcates the values, perspectives, and attitudes of an air-minded leader any better than West Point did.
Innovation is a competency that we must continue to nurture as a potent mechanism against uncertainty--and, it is part of our Air-minded, American heritage to do so.
There was no organisation for air-minded girls and so the Women's Junior Air Corps was formed.
This brief study of the earliest American Airmen and their influence on the development of an air-minded culture is a work in progress.
The music of new times stood above us in the heavens," an air-minded German novelist wrote in 1914; "the song of the future roared confidently; a new world had been born of a different kind and a different form.
17) They must embrace a specifically air-minded approach.
To his credit, in subsequent sections of the book Freedman intersperses contributions of numerous air-minded strategists.
Once that was done, they could rationalize the need to train and educate air-minded officers to populate that Air Force.
Air-minded readers who consider themselves fans of both military history and the history of popular culture may enjoy it, whereas a student of airpower history but not popular culture may find the book too arcane.