Distinguished Flying Cross


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n Distinguished Flying Cross a United States Air Force decoration for heroism while participating in an aerial flight
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In news:

Julia Bringloe, a Distinguished Flying Cross recipient, enjoys a laugh with friends and family after being honored Sunday at Bainbridge Island's Commodore Options School.
Lee County commissioners honor Distinguished Flying Cross Society chapter.
World War II Army Air Corps veteran and recipient of the Distinguished Flying Cross, Jack Harris Omohundro passed away peacefully at his residence on Friday, October 8, 2010, in Crowley, Louisiana.
Sgt Grady Monroe Nations received the Distinguished Flying Cross for heroism during combat air rescue operations over Laos in 1967.
A Navy Reserve recruiter and wannabe country music star has been charged with wearing the Distinguished Flying Cross and another award he didn't earn, and lying about them to investigators.
Didn't George Bush become a combat pilot at eighteen, fly on fifty-eight missions, and win the Distinguished Flying Cross.
AHS graduate awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross.
Flying missions in Afghanistan garners guardsman the Distinguished Flying Cross.
Master Sgt Brandon Stuemke receives his Distinguished Flying Cross with Valor Nov 3, 2012 from 212th Rescue Squadron Commander Maj. Joe Conroy for actions performed during his deployment in 2010.
My dad is a World War II hero, a winner of the Distinguished Flying Cross, so not much scares him.