Said Squadron Leader David Blakemore, Flight Commander Training on 99 Squadron, "There's a real buzz on the squadron.
What does FC stand for?
FC stands for Flight Commander
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We have 109 other meanings of FC in our Acronym Attic
- Fish Camp (Texas A&M University)
- Fish Commission
- Fishermen's Cooperative (Philippines)
- Fixed Cost
- Fixed Coverage
- Flag Carrier (used in Capture the Flag game)
- Flame-Cut (technical drawings)
- Fleet Commander (science fiction)
- Flight Chart
- Flight Clearance
Samples in periodicals archive:
Before working in commercial aviation, Houghton served for the Maryland Air National Guard for more than 20 years, achieving several notable ranks, including Lieutenant Colonel, Squadron Commander, Operations Officer and Flight Commander.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Officers in the grades of second lieutenant through lieutenant colonel attend the course, along with international students and foreign service officers, to obtain knowledge and skills they will need to perform duties as flight commanders in the security forces career field.
He went on to be awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross and was promoted to Flight Commander with 65 Squadron and later led eight Spitfires from HMS Furious to relieve Malta.
In sub-zero temperatures out in the North Sea, Flight Commander James Blackmore applied full throttle and roared into the grey snow-filled sky for the last time.
Flight Commander James Blackmore was the last of four Harrier GR9 pilots to roar off the deck of HMS Ark Royal, which was sailing from Tyneside to Hamburg, Germany.
The Court of Inquiry into the country's worst air tragedy in a decade established that flight commander Zlatko Glusica reacted late and that many standard operating procedures were not followed during landing, the Hindustan Times newspaper reported.