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sky marshal

an armed security guard on a commercial aircraft.
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The CBI, earlier on September 1, had filed a chargesheet against retired Air Chief Marshal S P Tyagi, former Air Marshal Gujral and 10 others in the case.
The class had been developed by an air marshal instructor named Max Ratterman, and the short lecture only slightly had quenched my appetite for more.
As tension builds and deaths occur, the texter incriminates Bill as the bad guy -- an air marshal gone rogue.
Air Marshal Reddy further said: " Self discipline is of great importance because beyond a point no one can monitor and control your life.
Air Marshal Gill took over the reins of the NDA from Lt Gen Ashok Singh, who had been appointed as the commandant of the Academy on August 7 last year.
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Summary: Riyadh, Safar 19, 1432, Jan 23, 2011, SPA -- The Chief of General Staff, General Saleh bin Ali Al-Mohayya received here today the Chief of British Air Staff, Air Marshal Sir Stephen Dalton.
By deploying armed air marshals onboard selected flights, the Federal Air Marshal Service (FAMS), a component of the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), plays a key role in helping to protect approximately 29,000 domestic and international flights operated daily by U.
DeSantis Gunhide has received another order from the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) for 25,000 31L Air Marshal Holsters for armed airline pilots.
A programme at the United States Federal Air Marshal Service's training centre in Atlantic City, New Jersey saw 18 Chinese air marshals complete two weeks of training on 22 September.
and they did nothing wrong," a federal air marshal told Denver's ABC affiliate KMGH.
Digging deeper, investigators might find that the air marshal program, supposedly vital to combating terrorism, has been flawed almost from its creation in ways that could trigger more dangerous situations in the future.