Airman (noun)

A man who serves in an air force, especially as a pilot or navigator.

Origin:

Early 19th century: from air + man.

Examples:

  1. The airman was a highly trained pilot, capable of flying any aircraft.
  2. The airman was part of an elite squad of pilots, responsible for defending the country.
  3. The airman had flown many missions during the war, and was considered a hero by his peers.
  4. The airman was trained in the latest technology and tactics, allowing him to stay ahead of the enemy.
  5. The airman was highly respected by his fellow soldiers, and was seen as a role model for young recruits.
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