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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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It included the 99 FS, which flew P-47Ds, and two consolidated bomber squadrons, the 617th at Godman Field, Fort Knox, Kentucky, and the 618th at Atterbury Field, Columbus, Indiana.
Attitudes displayed by the members of a Navy bomber squadron vary From bored and nonchalont to unrestrained eagerness as they are briefed aboard their carrier before the opening strike of the two-day attack on Tokyo.
Michael Bennett, of Ellsworth's 37th Bomber Squadron, to immediately travel to Columbus Air Force Base, Miss.
At 0920, Nagumo was aware that one American torpedo bomber squadron was approaching his carrier force (with dive-bombers expected soon to follow.) He had no reason at that time to expect a "constant stream of incoming American strikes." As for CAP operations during the period after 0920--five Zeros were launched at 0932 and three more at 0945-they were not an impediment to spotting attack planes on the flight deck aft.
Set on the imaginary island of Pianosa during World War II, the novel centers on the anti - hero Captain Yossarian and his attempts to survive the fanatical lunacy of his bomber squadron's commanders long enough to get home.
Another unit, such as a B-1 bomber squadron from Ellsworth Air Force Base in South Dakota, could then check in and take over the air support role in the JTAC training, he added.
My experience with the squadron dates back to the Korean airlift, but the unit has a formidable record as bomber squadron in WWII.
During the 1965 war, this squadron was modified as bomber squadron and then CAS, Air Marshal Nur Khan himself led the mission to drop bombs in enemy territory.
No 9 Bomber Squadron of Royal Air Force was raised in 1914 and it has actively participated in many wars ever since.
Sixteen such planes were provided by the 105th Fighter Bomber Squadron of the Tennessee National Guard, the 156th Fighter Bomber Squadron of the North Carolina Air National Guard, and the 128th and 158th Fighter Bomber Squadrons of the Georgia Air National Guard.
A WOMAN RAF pilot has been given command of a bomber squadron.
Pat said: "Dad worked in the chemical industry most of his life after being a flight sergeant ground crew in 610 Bomber Squadron during World War Two, serving in North Africa, Sicily and Italy.
In April 1945, my Navy bomber squadron was stationed on Whidbey Island, 50 miles north of Seattle.
At that time, I was a member of No 76 Bomber Squadron based at RAF Holme-upon-Spalding-Moor in East YorKshire.