Noun Airmen Definition and Examples


Noun:

Airmen

Pronunciation:

/ˈɛːmən/

Definition:
1.

noun

A pilot or member of the crew of an aircraft, especially in an air force.
  1. 'About 20 former pilots gathered at the Imperial War Museum in central London, where sketches of the airmen with their aircraft are displayed.'
  2. 'Captain Paris and this first attachment of airmen had already completed an operational tour by flying the required 25 missions.'
  3. 'With all four of the downed airmen safely aboard, the flight crew made preparations for takeoff.'
  4. 'It's the level of organization where Air Force pilots and airmen feel they're part of the same unit.'
  5. 'Popular historians have tended to paint a relationship of adversaries between the troop carrier airmen and airborne paratroopers.'
  6. 'Some 640 airmen and ground crew are joining the aircraft.'
  7. 'Though admittedly this was not a breakthrough idea, it was a reasonable request, so Smith's office worked with the airman to implement a solution.'
  8. 'You'll need to fill out an FAA airman's form, which is completed by the safety inspector and then sent to Oklahoma City for record keeping.'
  9. 'A lot of times you're not, as a downed pilot or a downed airman, able to avoid capture.'
  10. 'The boat got stuck on a mud bank and his skipper shouted to let the airman go.'
  11. 'The increasing complexity of military technology meant that soldiers, sailors, and airmen had to do complex jobs which required quick thinking, initiative, literacy, and numeracy.'
  12. 'All enquiries should be made in writing giving the full name, rank and service number, where possible, of the airman / airwoman.'
  13. 'More than 100 veteran airmen, trainee pilots and base officials gathered at RAF Church Fenton on Saturday to swap stories about the station.'
  14. 'The book lists the names of those 18,000 officers, non-commissioned officers, airmen and airwomen stationed in North Yorkshire who were killed in action in the Second World War.'
  15. 'Commanded by Squadron Leader Carl ‘Spike’ Jepson, The Red Arrows consists of over 100 officers and airmen drawn from throughout the RAF.'
  16. 'Now the senior airman who headed the investigation into the crash has demanded it is reopened after new evidence came to light.'
  17. 'A Book Of Remembrance in front of the clock names those killed in action including officers, non-commissioned officers, airmen and airwomen of many units and nations.'
  18. 'Thirty-two US airmen arrived at Hoedspruit air base yesterday to set up aid operations for up to 600 American troops.'
  19. 'One of the driving factors in tools standardization is to make getting the answers or the rest of the story easier for the airmen and civilians who are the backbone of the Air Force spares support business.'
  20. 'He was part of the new breed of airmen, the kind the Air Force needed to build a separate image.'
  21. 'If you're at least a senior airman with three years' Air Force experience, you can submit a package.'
  22. 'The 2003 Air Force Posture Statement reminds airmen that the nature of the Air Force is not home-station operations but deployed operations.'
  23. 'These airmen were a segregated unit of African-American pilots, which was awarded more than 150 Flying Crosses for valour during World War II.'
  24. 'He was reinstated at his former senior airman rank and assigned to Eglin Air Force Base, Fla.'
  25. 'All airmen, junior NCOs and senior NCOs must learn how to function as effective leaders in the officership environment.'
  26. 'Beyond the jets is the small Air Force enclave where nearly 500 airmen live and work.'
  27. 'I do this not to demean the contributions of the Air Force or its airmen.'
  28. 'By providing doors that open and close, climate controls, and proper lighting, airmen are able to increase productivity and quickly turn jets.'
  29. 'The airman notified a tech sergeant, who then opened a panel to check the hydraulic leak.'


noun, plural airmen.

1. an aviator.

2. U.S. Air Force. an enlisted person of one of the three lowest ranks (airman basic, airman, airman first class)

3. a member of a military aircrew.

4. (in other countries) an enlisted person in the air force.


Examples:

"organizations can name people as chairmen."
"people can name people as chairmen."
"people can say chairmen in statements."
"people can succeed people as chairmen."
"positions can include chairmen of organizations."
"people can replace people as chairmen."
"organizations can name people/places/organizations as chairmen."
"boards can elect people as chairmen."
"people can become chairmen in dates."
"people can appoint people as chairmen."
"newspapers can quote chairmen as things."
"people can become chairmen in/at/on years."
"chairmen can include archers on committees."
"people can become chairmen of organizations."
"chairmen can tell organizations in interviews."
"speculations can become chairmen after things."
"people/places/organizations can succeed people as chairmen."
"people/places/organizations can become chairmen within years."
"people can say chairmen on dates."
"people can name people/places/organizations as chairmen."
"There can be vice chairmen."
"There can be board chairmen."
"There can be committee chairmen."
"There can be bank chairmen."
"There can be company chairmen."
"There can be group chairmen."
"There can be commission chairmen."
"There can be fcc chairmen."
"There can be club chairmen."
"There can be corp chairmen."
"There can be deputy chairmen."
"There can be council chairmen."
"There can be ford chairmen."
"There can be conference chairmen."
"There can be executive chairmen."
"There can be parliament chairmen."
"There can be association chairmen."
"There can be airline chairmen."
"There can be subcommittee chairmen."
"There can be exchange chairmen."

Origin:

airman


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