Entry from British & World English dictionary
A rank of non-commissioned officer in the RAF, above sergeant and below warrant officer.
- Mick was a flight sergeant and the remainder were all sergeants.
- Mr Murray, an RAF flight sergeant, said: ‘I knew the Army sometimes supported worthwhile community projects.’
- Green, who previously lived here, served in the RAF as a flight sergeant mainly in the Western Desert campaign and spent most of the war operating his bombers from Alexandria and Cairo in Egypt.
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