air base

NOUN
  1. a base for military aircraft
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How To Use air base In A Sentence

  • He had first caught sight of her riding in a ploughed field beyond the barbed wire perimeter of the air base.
  • The aircraft is suitable for operation from forward air bases, with short take-off and landing capability.
  • And at the epicentre of the military build-up is it's air base.
  • Kyrgyzstan has expelled U.S. forces from an air base that was a key link in supplying our troops in Afghanistan; “Smart Power”: Month One
  • If anything, it responds to an entirely different vernacular - that of the campus's former function as an air base.
  • The aircraft was equipped with an infrared video camera and operated from the control tower at the Sentani Air Base near Jayapura.
  • Alighting from the plane at an air base near Islamabad, Zhu was received by Pakistani leader Gen. Pervez Musharraf as 19 guns boomed to salute him.
  • Ch'unch'on was a South Korean air base used by the U.S. Carrie
  • The cost of the munition may be comparable to a satellite-guided bomb, but the cost of manning a firebase is a lot less than the cost of an air base," Pike said. Archive 2006-11-01
  • Fresh air bases were set up in Bank Mine and a team of brave and dedicated doctors went underground to assist.
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