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Synonyms for bomber

a person who plants bombs

a large sandwich made of a long crusty roll split lengthwise and filled with meats and cheese (and tomato and onion and lettuce and condiments)

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At that time, I was a member of No 76 Bomber Squadron based at RAF Holme-upon-Spalding-Moor in East YorKshire.
Listening to them go round the track it sounds more like a low-level Second World War bomber squadron.
Flight Lt Terry Cowan, of RAF Lossiemouth, said: "Chief Technician Walton was a highly regarded member of 12 Bomber Squadron, a close personal friend to many of us as well as a highly professional and respected technician.
As a Flight Lieutenant with 38 Bomber Squadron, Mr Foster was shot down in 1940.
The 477th was to be the last segregated bomber squadron in what became the Air Force in 1946.
The last three Liverpool shows have been a riot of moshing, a bygone age of punk hedonism relived and led by their 853 bomber squadron of stage divers.
A year later, while flying with a bomber squadron, Japanese planes shot down the plane in which Leggett was riding.
After the war, he was a bomber squadron commanding officer, before retiring from the RAF in 1956 to become an engineering test pilot with Avro in Canada.
Not just a combat log, The Wrong Stuff also delves into daily life in a bomber squadron, relating humorous anecdotes from Smith's experience in wartime England.
In 1942 he went abroad to India and joined 193 Bomber squadron, later serving in Singapore before being demobbed in June 1946.
Bowen-Bravery survived many operations to the city in his Lancaster J-Jig, which he had nicknamed Bad Penny II, an operation which had claimed the lives of many of the Bomber Squadron before him.
He served in the Pacific area with the 108th Bomber Squadron and flew in and around Peleliu, Guam, Tinian and Iwo Jima on dozens of missions aboard a B-24 Liberator and PB-4Y aircraft.
Making it especially awkward is the fact that Morley commands Baker's bomber squadron.
Pilots from 12 Bomber Squadron, based at Lossiemouth, Moray, flew their Tornado jets at 550mph just 100ft above the ground to deafen the insurgents and force them to scramble away in shock.
At the height of the Cold War he was Commander of the Nuclear Bomber Squadron and in the early 1980s he commanded aircraft in Cyprus and Beirut.