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squadron in Airforce topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsquadronsquad‧ron /ˈskwɒdrən $ ˈskwɑː-/ noun [countable]  PMPa military force consisting of a group of aircraft or ships
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squadrona squadron of bombersHe also publicized results, embraced competition, and allowed squadrons and bases to concentrate on their missions.Each was tied to a specific flightline squadron as its internal customer.Arriving in Saigon in February 1859, his squadron of nine warships and transports managed to dominate the city within two weeks.Vologsky could take a full three minutes longer in the centrifuge chamber than any other member of his squadron.In Vologsky's squadron, each individual pilot fell due for such a flight every twelve days on the rota system.Will he confirm that that squadron will continue to enjoy old and new opportunities?He assigned mechanics to squadrons, giving each mechanic the cap and patch of his own squadron-the Buccaneers or the Black Falcons.