Bite the bullet

(v.) To wholeheartedly accept the consequences of the current situation.

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Black…

(v.) To destroy or render useless for a non specific period of time. Eg: I ~ed the toilet. Cat 5

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Blah

(n. v.) Term used to describe strings of words that hold no significance, or no interest, to the speaker. Eg: he was ~ing at me all night. Blurb

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Blasting out

(v.) Used to describe the act of taking off usually used in briefing of sorties.

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Block

(n.) Used to describe age with reference to which decade of life a person is in. From air defence terminology for blocks of 10’000s feet. Eg: He is mid ~ 3 (He is in his mid 30s).

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Bloggsing

(v.) To deliberately perform a mistake when flying to test the vigilance of your team or crew. cf. Bloggs

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Blue blue day

(n.) Describes a day clear of cloud with good visibility. Ginners, Scorchio

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Blue suiter

(n.) A non-aircrew member of the Royal Air Force, who wears number 2 uniform on a regular basis. Bluntie

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Blunch

(n.) From a combination of the words blunt and lunch. Formed by those of resentful ground branch (see Blunties) who are able to take their lunch at the same time every day, whereas aircrew seldom can. cf. Bluntie, PONTI

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Blurb

(n.) Information pertaining to the subject being spoken about. Eg “have you read the ~ about this visit?”

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Boy (the)

(n.) The most acclaimed person in a group at a particular moment in time. On fire

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