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airmanship

(ˈɛəmənʃɪp)
n
the skill or art of flying an aircraft
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Noun1.airmanship - the art of operating aircraftairmanship - the art of operating aircraft  
artistry, prowess, art - a superior skill that you can learn by study and practice and observation; "the art of conversation"; "it's quite an art"
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Among his decorations, Pettyjohn has been awarded the Meritorious Service Medal, two Air Medals, and, in 1997, he was awarded the Billy Joe Dryden Semper Viper Award -- an award given for the top feat of airmanship in the F-16 out of the 19 Air Forces worldwide that fly the F-16 fighter aircraft.
All of a sudden, here were three blatant examples of poor airmanship and incomplete knowledge.
The apex court formed a committee under airmanship of Water and Power development Authority Chief to monitor the progress of the construction work.
The purpose of the lesson was to improve airmanship skills of pilots of the Air Defense Force.
"For a private pilot such as Mr McRae, lacking the necessary training, experience or requirement to do so, embarking upon such demanding, low-level flying in such difficult terrain, was imprudent, unreasonable and contrary to the principles of good airmanship."
"(The pilot) safely landed the aircraft because of his excellent training and excellent airmanship and unfortunately he could not stop the aircraft and had to eject while on the runway.
"His bravery in this role and the airmanship he demonstrated as a pilot throughout his time in Tanzania were by all accounts exemplary.
This reinforcement begets airmanship and CRM, which is the baseline for safe and effective ops.
Gonzalez, USMC, a ?ight instructor with VT-31 at Naval Air Station Corpus Christi, Texas, demonstrated outstanding situational awareness, superior airmanship and exceptional crew resource management while executing a T-44C day training flight.