aircraftsman
aircraftman aircraftman, aircraftsman aircraftsman . 1. 1 a noncommissioned officer in the British Royal Air Force. [WordNet 1.5]

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  • aircraftsman — /air krafts meuhn, krahfts /, n., pl. aircraftsmen. Brit. a person holding the rank of noncommissioned officer in the RAF. Also, aircraftman. [1915 20; AIRCRAFT + s1 + MAN] Usage. See man. * * * …   Universalium

  • aircraftsman — noun An aircraftman …   Wiktionary

  • aircraftsman — n. noncommissioned officer in the British Royal Air Force …   English contemporary dictionary

  • aircraftsman — air·crafts·man …   English syllables

  • aircraftsman — noun a noncommissioned officer in the British Royal Air Force • Syn: ↑aircraftman • Hypernyms: ↑noncommissioned officer, ↑noncom, ↑enlisted officer * * * /air krafts meuhn, krahfts /, n., pl. aircraftsmen. Brit. a person holding the rank of… …   Useful english dictionary

  • leading aircraftsman — leading aircraftman or leading aircraftsman, or leading aircraftwoman or leading aircraftswoman noun The rank above aircraft(s)man or aircraft(s)woman • • • Main Entry: ↑lead …   Useful english dictionary

  • leading aircraftsman, — leading aircraftsman, ● lead …   Useful english dictionary

  • aircraftman — aircraftman, aircraftsman aircraftsman . 1. 1 a noncommissioned officer in the British Royal Air Force. [WordNet 1.5] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Aircraftman — (AC), or Aircraftwoman (ACW), is the lowest rank in the Royal Air Force and the air forces of several other Commonwealth countries.Aircraftman ranks below Leading Aircraftman and has a NATO rank code of OR 1. It is presently a training rank only… …   Wikipedia

  • General Service Training School — Command and Recruit Training Squadron (CRTS) of the Royal New Zealand Air Force is the principal training facility for RNZAF recruits. Located at RNZAF Base Woodbourne, it takes recruits through a thirteen week training program designed to… …   Wikipedia

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