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flight

n. running away or hiding by a person officially accused of a crime with the apparent intent of avoiding arrest or prosecution.

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We've kept U-2 crews up over the tops of battlefields longer than anyone has ever flown the U-2.
The pilot flying during the mishap had never flown the Gripen, and gusty wind conditions likely exacerbated the problems with lateral and pitch oscillations.
One of those is owned by, and was flown at the Dutchess show, by Michael Dale, president of Jaguar Cars of North America.
Since their first night vision goggle-capable amphibious search and rescue detachment deployed in 1994 aboard Nassau (LHA 4), the squadron has flown amphibious SAR and naval special warfare missions with the East Coast's amphibious ready groups and SpecWar units.