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  • He put a new fire and drive into the operations of Bomber Command.
  • Although the term is no longer widely used, the basic light bomber role remains a common one.
  • This was the first flight of land-based bombers across the central Pacific.
  • No other main series production bomber of World War II carried as many guns.
  • Instead of approaching directly from the rear, they would approach about below the bomber.
  • The base was established to provide advanced air combat training to fighter and bomber groups.
  • Consider the desire to protect a single target from attack by long-range bombers.
  • Consider the desire to protect a single target from attack by long-range bombers.
  • They held that the future for national defense lay with a long range bomber force carrying nuclear weapons.
  • High-flying bombers almost never could hit moving ships.
  • Bomber Command was destined to play no further large part in the war.
  • Pre-war doctrine was based on the idea "the bomber will always get through".
  • As most of them were from Bomber Command they were painted black for night-time operations.
  • The bomber could be easily converted to serve in the transport role.
  • All his victories were recorded over the Western Front and included eight four-engine bombers.
  • Each level bomber also had a few reconnaissance versions that were used during the battle.
  • Night fighters could claim only four bombers, and lost four themselves.
  • The man who had been called the Brown Bomber was finished.
  • Its duties were continued by the other V-bombers which remained in service until the 1980s.
  • Later in the year, the head of his personal security died at the hands of a suicide bomber.
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Meaning of bomber

  • noun A military aircraft that drops bombs during flight
  • noun A person who plants bombs
  • noun 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); different names are used in different sections of the united states