Ferrying

  • (noun): Transport by boat or aircraft.
    Synonyms: ferry

Some articles on ferrying:

14th Continental Regiment - Combat - Battle of Trenton
... In addition to ferrying the troops, the 14th was responsible for ferrying the artillery that was under the command of Colonel Henry Knox ... The 14th Regiment then assisted in they ferrying of Washington's force and approximately 900 Hessian prisoners back across the Delaware ...
Nancy Harkness Love - World War II
... as the deputy chief of staff of the Ferrying Command ... service position in Baltimore, Maryland with the Operations Office of the Ferrying Command's Northeast Sector (soon redesignated 2nd Ferrying Group), Domestic Division ... Tunner, was designated Ferrying Division, Air Transport Command (ATC) a few months later ...
Women's Flying Training Detachment
... Their main job was to take over male pilot's jobs, such as ferrying planes from factories to Army Air Force installations, in order to free male pilots to ... They later merged with the Women Airforce Ferrying Squadron (formerly the Women's Auxiliary Ferrying Squadron) to form the Women Airforce Service Pilots ...
Betty Gillies - World War II
... The first pilot to qualify for the Women's Auxiliary Ferrying Squadron was Betty Huyler Gillies of Syosset, Long Island, New York ... When Nancy Love transferred to Love Field, Dallas, Texas to start a new WAFS ferrying unit, Gillies was made squadron leader of the WAFS assigned to the 2nd Ferrying Group, New Castle Army Air Base ... Gillies remained squadron leader of the Women Airforce Service Pilots assigned to the 2nd Ferrying Group at New Castle Army Air Base until the WASPs ...
USS Sentinel (AMCU-39) - World War II Pacific Operations
... radio equipment, LCI(L)-1052 remained in the area ferrying passengers and carrying mail around Eniwetok Island until 12 October ... The LCI remained in Ulithi Harbor, ferrying recreation parties for USS Washington (BB-56), until 9 November, when she departed the harbor to rendezvous with USS Cushing (DD-797) and relieve her of a boat in tow ... LCI(L)-1052 was busy ferrying passengers and delivering mail and aircraft parts in the Carolines until 25 May 1945, when she sailed for Leyte Gulf ...