Definition of pilot officer in English:

pilot officer

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The lowest rank of officer in the RAF, above warrant officer and below flying officer.
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  • More than 150 Air Force administration officers from pilot officer to group captain attended the inaugural Administration Officers' Conference at RAAF Base Williamtown on August 6-7.
  • The majority of RAF cadets who graduated were named sergeant pilots, and maybe six or eight were given officer rank of pilot officer.
  • In particular, it would not normally be expected that a pilot officer would competently be able to fulfil all the duties commensurate to the rank of squadron leader and the same for a leading aircraftman to sergeant.

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