aircrew aircrew  /ˈɛr ˌkru/


  • (n) the crew of an aircraft


  1. Can detect, attack and destroy a target with minimum aircrew input.
  2. Among 21,000 aircrew applicants were 99 young men whom the ECG disqualified from pilot training.
  3. A packed British Airways jet flying from London to Nairobi plunged thousands of feet after an intruder stormed the cockpit and struggled with the aircrew.


  1. Helmet Mounted Display optimizes pilot's situational awareness.

    Operating in day and night mode, Joint Helmet Mounted Cueing System II (JHMCS II) features head-tracking technology that lets pilot aim sensors and weapons and receive increased situational awareness in whatever direction they are looking. HD, color, smart-visor system, developed to meet needs of modern military aircrew, provides optical-inertial tracker and lightweight Aircraft Interface Unit ...
    on June 20, 2013     Source: ThomasNet

  2. Virtual training, real results

    The resources needed to refuel and maintain a plane just so aircrew can receive real-life parachute training could cost millions of dollars a year.
    on June 17, 2013     Source: The Shreveport Times

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  1. "By increasing range and accuracy, the delivery of the weapon will be more effective, allowing a single aircraft to engage multiple targets while the extended range increases the survivability of the aircrew and the aircraft launching the...
    on Nov 26, 2008 By: Warren Snowdon Source: defpro

  2. "The Lethal Lady has clocked record-setting hours and saved the lives of soldiers and Marines in combat, setting new tactical standards," Leahy wrote. "This aircraft and the aircrew and maintainers who helped keep it flying and capable stand...
    on Apr 17, 2008 By: Patrick Leahy Source: Brattleboro Reformer

  3. "We spent over seven hours on the mission including two refuelings. After the mission we had to stand down the aircrew for twelve hours due to fatigue standards," said pilot Lieutenant Jerome Loeb.
    on Jul 1, 2008 By: St Jerome Source:

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