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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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A DISILLUSIONED American bomber squadron flying over France during the Second World War are attacked, forcing the captain and his crew to bail out, only to fall into enemy hands and face interrogation by the Nazis.
405, the first Canadian bomber squadron, becoming operational in April 1941.
At 30 he was squadron leader and commanding officer of a Canberra bomber squadron.
That came when Janice woke to find the love triangle the talk of genteel Woodhall Spa, Lincs - World War 2 HQ of the legendary Dambusters' bomber squadron.
Like their bomber squadron brethren, the 3d PRS crews also had to contend with the mechanical challenges of operating the B-29-type airframe.
They include two squadrons of Tornado GR4 bombers, two squadrons of Tornado F3 fighters, and one Harrier GR7 ground attack bomber squadron.
Mighty By Sacrifice: The Destruction of an American Bomber Squadron August 29, 1944.
Tregnan, who served with the 390th Bomber Squadron during World War II, was involved with public golf in Los Angeles for more than 40 years.
Nine days after the Armistice, one Canadian bomber squadron and a righter squadron were formed in England.
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.
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.
Towards the end of the war he learned to fly, had several crashes, including one on his first flight, and joined a bomber squadron.
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.