Air scout



noun
a scout belonging to a scout troop that specializes in flying, gliding, etc See Scout
Historical Examples

Tom had completed his air scout and had refined it to a point where even his critical judgment was satisfied.
Tom Swift and his Air Scout Victor Appleton

He came a little while after you and Mr. Damon started off in the air scout.
Tom Swift and his Air Scout Victor Appleton

The air scout can detect the enemy’s lines of communication and raid it with bomb attacks.
Kelly Miller’s History of the World War for Human Rights Kelly Miller

Jerry introduced the air scout who surprised the girls by replying in perfect Spanish.
The Phantom Town Mystery Carol Norton

When they were outside the post office, the air scout turned to the cowboy.
The Phantom Town Mystery Carol Norton

The air scout who had accomplished it was his soul brother no matter what country had given him birth.
Secret History Revealed By Lady Peggy O’Malley C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson

Particularly has the air scout proved valuable in enabling commanders to execute their final orders without grievous error.
Kelly Miller’s History of the World War for Human Rights Kelly Miller

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