Definition of wing commander in English:

wing commander

Line breaks: wing com|mand¦er

noun

  • A rank of officer in the RAF, above squadron leader and below group captain.
    More example sentences
    • General Bradley went on to serve as an instructor pilot, an operations officer, a fighter wing commander and a numbered air force commander.
    • should flying allowance be structured to encourage people to serve as a squadron leader or wing commander?
    • All group commanders report to the wing commander's office.

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