Meaning of senior aircraftwoman in English:

senior aircraftwoman

nounplural noun senior aircraftwomen

  • A rank held by a woman in the RAF, above leading aircraft woman and below junior technician.

    ‘She was a senior aircraftwoman who was given several vaccinations in readiness to be deployed in the Gulf.’
    • ‘The senior aircraftwoman, from RAF Marham Officers Mess, turns up the heat in the Senior Steward Skills section’
    • ‘The senior aircraftwoman gets ready to serve breakfast the morning after the UK's largest Sleep Out.’
    • ‘I asked the senior aircraftwoman whether she thought the RAF, on the whole, was a good employer of women.’
    • ‘Because of her skill, she was allowed to join the Women's Royal Air Force on a direct entry with the elevated rank of Senior Aircraftwoman.’
    • ‘The Senior Aircraftwomen took part in the Armed Forces Muster Parade at Windsor Castle.’
    • ‘I was a Senior Aircraftswoman preparing, making and serving meals to 500 plus servicemen three times a day.’
    • ‘For the senior aircraftwoman, normally based at RAF Waddington in Lincolnshire, this has been an experience she is not likely to forget.’
    • ‘She ended her service in the other ranks as a senior aircraftwoman.’
    • ‘A Senior Aircraftwoman from Plymouth has been lending her support to Team England in a Sports Relief race around the UK and Ireland.’