Definition of aircrew
: the crew manning an airplane
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After a 12-foot boat capsized near Menlo Park on Saturday evening, a Coast Guard aircrew came to rescue the two adults and one child who were in the boat.
No pilots or other aircrew were lost in the incidents nor did any sustain serious injuries.
The aircrew delivered the man to University of Texas Medical Medical Branch in Galveston at 10:25 a.m., authorities said.
In Vietnam and the Persian Gulf War, mining from low altitude could be effective but was hazardous to aircrews.
Sternfels became part of an inexperienced aircrew rushed into combat in North Africa.
Still, dozens of boat and aircrews rescued more than 1,000 people, more than 700 of them in Cumberland County, which includes Fayetteville and Fort Bragg.
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