Some articles on training, wing, crew training, crew training wing, crew:
... few ZIPRA troops in the unit initially, but they were withdrawn before the end of the training ... The training of Fifth Brigade lasted until September 1982, when Minister Sekeramayi announced training was complete ...
10th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing RF-84F (1955–1958) 12th Fighter Escort Wing/Group F-84E/G/F (1950–19571962–1964) 14th Fighter Wing/Group P/F-84B (1947–1949) 15th Tactical Fighter Wing F-84F (1962 ...
... made the airport a desirable location for the Air Force to conduct B-47 combat crew training ... On 31 May 1951, the USAF took title to Wichita Municipal Airport, and on 4 June the Air Training Command 3520th Combat Crew Training Wing was activated at the facility ... To perform the training, the 3520th Combat Crew Training Wing was activated, and an ambitious building program totaling some $22,000,000 was begun ...
92d Bombardment Wing Constituted as 92d Bombardment Wing (Heavy) on 25 October 1943 Activated on 1 November 1943 Redesignated 92d Combat Bombardment ... Reconstituted on 31 July 1985 and redesignated 542d Combat Crew Training Wing Consolidated with 1550th Combat Crew Training Wing on 1 October 1991 1550th Combat Crew ...
... was originally known only as Military Unit 26266 or в/ч 26266, and was a secret training base for Soviet Cosmonaut candidates ... physician Colonel Yevgeny Karpov was appointed as the first chief of the cosmonaut training centre or Tsentr Podgotovki Kosmonavtov (TsPK) on February 24, 1960 ... included specialists in heat exchange and hygiene, survival clothing, surgery, and training staff ...
Famous quotes containing the words wing, crew and/or training:
“I come to one bush of berries so ripe it is a bush of flies,
Hanging their bluegreen bellies and their wing panes in a Chinese
The honey-feast of the berries has stunned them; they believe in
—Sylvia Plath (19321963)
“10 April 1800
Blacks rebellious. Crew uneasy. Our linguist says
their moaning is a prayer for death,
ours and their own.”
—Robert Earl Hayden (19131980)
“When a man goes through six years training to be a doctor he will never be the same. He knows too much.”
—Enid Bagnold (18891981)