[ US /ˈɛɹˌkɹu/ ]
[ UK /ˈe‍əkɹuː/ ]
  1. the crew of an aircraft
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How To Use aircrew In A Sentence

  • An enlisted aircrewman directed them to seats in the middle of the aircraft, then trotted back down the ramp to check for any more late arrivals. Joint Operations
  • But his army was handicapped by its undermanning, and chronically troubled by leadership problems, which were also the cause of the notorious indiscipline of Canadian aircrew. Overlord D-Day And The Battle for Normandy
  • With most aircrews traversing hot, desert-like climates, it's easy to assume an arctic survival situation is not in the cards.
  • The departure of these squadrons brings the number of servicemen and women, aircrew and engineers deployed so far from the Cornish air station to more than 150.
  • They had no perceptible impact on German opinion, though the leaflet raids gave aircrew some essential training in night navigation.
  • As examples of my will not to send aircrew up in unairworthy jets, on one occasion I refused to remove the chocks or disconnect my headset on a running jet, despite the Sqn Ldr in the back yelling at me to do so. Police Investigate MP’s Expenses « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG
  • As the plane pulled into the terminal, the aircrew allowed passengers to use their wireless phones.
  • He was elderly by combat aircrew standards and his balding head and weathered face singled him out from the others. Bomber
  • A man in a flight suit strides over to the closest patient, the black Christian cross badge on his tan uniform indicating his role among the aircrew.
  • This suite allows the aircrew to detect radar and missile threats and react while deploying countermeasures to defeat anything fired at them.
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