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  • noun One who refuels.


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  • FIRE RESISTANT MATERIAL - Materials include chemically-treated fabric for sheets, uniforms for hazardous material handlers, crew's clothing, furniture, interior walls of submersibles and auto racer and refueler suits.

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  • Sack of Feathers Last month, Ms. Heacker plucked a sack of feathers and a claw out of the morning mail, the remnants of a collision between a bird and a KC-135R, an airborne refueler, out of Altus Air Force Base in Oklahoma.

    In Battle on Birds,

  • Gonzalez, 25, of Hileah, Fla., was killed April 14 in a non-hostile accident when a commercial refueler collapsed at Logistics Supply

    Gulf War II

  • And now they're calling him back, probably due to his skills as a truck driver and refueler.

    Archive 2004-11-01

  • And now they're calling him back, probably due to his skills as a truck driver and refueler.

    I'm not going

  • This is refueler, which are the key to everything.

    CNN Transcript Mar 20, 2003

  • That is to say, there are always going to be eyewitnesses that have different impressions as to what they saw, but as best as Central Command can tell me, as of this morning, is that they have no evidence that it was anything other than a crash into that ridge line and that, because it was an air refueler, it had bladders of fuel aboard.

    CNN Transcript Jan 10, 2002

  • We had the Black Hawk search and rescue helicopter that went down very early on, the C - 130 crash, the refueler, which might in fact, have been a C-130 that refuels these CH-53s and now the CH-53.

    CNN Transcript Jan 20, 2002

  • We have a special press set up here with a B-52 lead pilot, a B-52 bombardier, an offensive system officer and a refueler pilot.

    CNN Transcript Oct 7, 2001

  • Still to come, we are going to take you up for a rare sky-high view from the cockpit of a jet refueler as one National Guard unit gets ready for duty.

    CNN Transcript Sep 26, 2001


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