When a body is exposed to the wind it experiences a force in the direction in which the wind is moving. This is an aerodynamic force. When a body is moving in air or some other gas the aerodynamic force is usually called drag.
When an airfoil or a wing or a glider is moving relative to the air it generates an aerodynamic force that is partly parallel to the direction of relative motion, and partly perpendicular to the direction of relative motion. This aerodynamic force is commonly resolved into two components:
The force on a propeller or a jet engine is called thrust and it is also an aerodynamic force. The aerodynamic force on a powered airplane is commonly resolved into three components:
thrust, lift and drag
The only other force acting on a glider or powered airplane is its weight. Weight is not an aerodynamic force.