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sea ranger

n
Brit a senior Guide training in seamanship. US equivalent: mariner
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A Marine Corps flight instructor and a Navy ensign sustained minor injuries after their TH-57 Sea Ranger helicopter crashed during a training flight at NAS Whiting Field 5 June.
The Navy in 2013 issued a request for information on alternatives for its training helicopter, the TH-57B/C Sea Ranger manufactured by Bell Helicopter.
Over the next few years these programs are projected to fund 730 full-time ranger positions under the Commonwealth Government's Working on Country program, and 85 positions under the Queensland Government's Land and Sea Ranger program.
No doubt there are women in Huddersfield today who were members of the now defunct Sea Ranger unit.
7 SHE was a Girl Guide in 1937 and a Sea Ranger in 1943.
Dhimurru currently runs a Sea Ranger program near Arhnem Land.
The TH-57 Sea Ranger is a derivative of the commercial Bell Jet Ranger 206 and its primary mission is to provide advanced rotary-wing training to Navy and Marine Corps pilots.
The Aviation and Missile Command at Fort Rucker, Alabama, for saving costs and reducing the cycle time of the C20J engine line for the TH-57 Sea Ranger helicopter.
Fort Rucker's AMCOM specifically worked on saving costs and reducing the cycle time of the C20J Engine Line TH-57 Sea Ranger helicopter.
Some five years ago increasing concern over the activities of miners, fishers and other visitors to the region gave rise to the li-Anthawirriyarra Sea Ranger Unit.
SEA Ranger Captain Vera Howes ended up on the rocks when she organised a lavish send-off for a retiring skipper.
She later became a Girl Guide, then a Sea Ranger, before eventually becoming Brown Owl at the Gilkes Street group.