A pilot, Granada enlisted with PAF in 2001, serving in the Air Force Service Group before leaving the service with the rank of Airwoman
I want him to say my mum's an airwoman
- she serves our country.
In the Middle East, Powys airwoman
Sergeant Cath Jones was one of more than 100 servicemen and women who held a sunset ceremony last night to pay their respects.
Her mother, a pioneering airwoman
, was killed when her plane crashed at Nairobi airfield when she was three.
A LIVERPOOL airwoman
serving in Iraq has written a poem to remember her fallen colleagues.
A WEST Bromwich airwoman
is flying high after winning a Best Recruit award with the RAF.
She had joined the Royal Air Force as an airwoman
in May 1997 and married Lee in Merseyside.
He spoke to a soldier and an airwoman
from Shropshire - Lance Corporal Scott Bloomer, serving with the Royal Army Medical Corps; and Flight Lieutenant Sarah Harrison, of the RAF.
One instructor told me that I would have no trouble passing most of the written exam for a pilot's license," emphasizes one former airwoman
He was due to wed his fiancAe, US airwoman
Blair Anderson, also 22, from Houston, at Saltburn's Rushpool Hall on December 11.
At the far end of the bunker, a young airwoman
sat with her head in her hands, quietly repeating to herself: "I don't want to be here - I just don't want to be here.
In 1997, the nation was transfixed when Lieutenant Kelly Flinn, the first female B-52 pilot, was discharged from the Air Force on charges of an adulterous affair with a civilian married to an airwoman
(along with charges of insubordination and making a false statement).