Reserve pilot on an aircraft.

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. 302 (Polish) Fighter Squadron and 34 in No.

Also known as the White Whale or Old Grey Lady, the latter two being names.

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. Aircraft nicknames [ edit] Chippie a de Havilland Chipmunk. In 1940, no so-called ‘men of colour’ could have joined.

Charles, Minn.

. Widomaker – F-104 Starfighter. [54] Flying Cigar (The) – a Wellington bomber.

(See: FUF, BIB). [12] Fat Albert – Lockheed Hercules (all variants).

"Jack" – John Frost, South African Air Force pilot "Jake" – Leon Swirbul, co-founder of Grumman Aircraft "JB" – James Brown, American test pilot [16] "Jimmy" – John S.

GLOSSARY OF WWII R.

Whiskey Charlie - "Who cares" Whiskey Delta - "weak dick", a pilot who can't cut it. Winder - A Sidewinder.

From "flying coffins" to "tow targets," pilots and glider-borne infantry had colorful and well-earned nicknames for their ungainly planes. 303 (Polish) Fighter Squadron.

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303 (Polish) Fighter Squadron.
To chat/talk.

RAF cartoon from WWII.

He joined the RAF in 1935.

. Minimum fuel for a comfortable and safe return to base. 303 (Polish) Fighter Squadron.

. Infantryman. . . Big Skunk:The AWACS. .

71 Squadron, the first of the RAF’s ‘Eagle’ squadrons formed from American volunteers.

. submarine commander [2] "Camel" – Hugh Trenchard, British officer responsible for founding the Royal Air Force.

544 RAF pilots of Fighter Command and more than 2,500 German aircrew were killed during the Battle.

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What are nicknames for pilots? C “Cats Eyes” – John Cunningham, Battle of Britain pilot.

Dec 30, 2014 · By: Bob - 30th December 2014 at 23:33 Permalink - Edited 1st January 1970 at 01:00 "Crabs".