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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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aircrewair‧crew /ˈeəkruː $ ˈer-/ noun [countable]  TTAthe pilot and the people who are responsible for flying a plane
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aircrewFrom now on all aircrew went through either a full conversion course or a short refresher course.This unsettled all aircrew before they even started training at the Operational Training Unit.There were in all six of an aircrew, plus an army dispatcher.Many would-be Aurigny aircrew, some very experienced indeed, have come, tried, failed and gone their way.No aircrew ever thought Berlin was an easy op.At the new airline's operational headquarters - a small warehouse at Lowfield Heath, near Gatwick - recruitment of aircrews began.At last darkness arrived and with it respite for the Fleet and convoy, and welcomed rest for the aircrews.I must admit I missed seeing the aircrew boys around.
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