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- In WWII, Mr Bailey flew 75 operational missions with 75SQN in New Guinea, New Britain and Dutch New Guinea and discharged from the RAAF as a flying officer.
- She follows in the footsteps of her sister flying officer Nosheen Chaudry who is now an engineering officer serving at the Royal Naval air station Yeovilton.
- She began her career at the rank of flying officer and was posted to many bases.
- The officer's mess with essentially the same dual schedule, but fewer men overall, served both ground and flying officers (perhaps at different tables, I don't know: I was never invited).
- With the garrison squadron defined as only its complement of flying officers and essential technical and administrative support, the unit size is manageable for an Air Force major's career experience.
- He was a flying officer before making the supreme sacrifice in June 1944.
- With the war over, I was discharged with others as surplus flying officers.
- The air corps is often the breeding ground for the future careers of successful flying officers and is open to young people between the ages of 13 and 21.
- During the First World War, a Russian flying officer named Roskowitzki claimed to have seen the ‘wreckage of a fair sized ship’ on the south side of Mount Ararat.
- Green, an electrician, was an experienced pilot, a member of the New Plymouth Aero Club and a flying officer in the No 2 Bombing Squadron of the Territorial Reserve for the RNZAF.