Among the British contingent was Flight Lieutenant Bill Garget of Forest Hall, Newcastle, Flight Sergeant Vivian Nicholson of Sherburn Village near Durham and Flight Engineer Ivan Whittaker of Walkerville, Newcastle.
What does FS stand for?
FS stands for Flight Sergeant (non-commissioned officer in HM Royal Air Force)
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We have 133 other meanings of FS in our Acronym Attic
- Fixed Station
- Flagship Suite (American Airlines)
- Flame Strike (gaming)
- Flare Single-Unit (US DoD)
- Flax Seed
- Fleet Surgeon
- Fleischner Society
- Flexible Sigmoidoscopy (medical procedure)
- Flexible Sustainment
- Flight Safety
Samples in periodicals archive:
Flight Sergeant Messam, aged 17, is a member of 163 (Coventry Phoenix) Squadron, based in Canley.
Flight Sergeant Graeme Livingston said a crewman was winched down to the casualty.
Flight Sergeant Keith Christie, 55, and his wife Patricia, a former swimmer, worked tirelessly and received glowing reports from their commanders, witnesses said.
Flight Sergeant Jim McGillivay, 84, sat in his seat as a rear gunner for the first time in 65 years, while pilot, 86-year-old Flight Lieutenant Tom Payne, took to the controls of the bomber.
Flanked by a party of current and former servicemen and women as well as cadets, the Flight Sergeant in the Air Training Corps carried the Armed Forces Day flag from Cardiff Bay - where it was landed by members of Sully-based HMS Cambria - to Cardiff Castle.
CAPTION(S): Victims: top row left to right: Flight Sergeant Adrian Davies, Flight Lieutenant Lee Anthony Mitchelmore, Flight Lieutenant Gareth Rodney Nicholas, Sergeant Benjamin James Knight, Sergeant Gary Paul Quilliam, Flt Lt Steven Swarbrick and Sgt John Joseph Langton.