bomb burst

bomb burst

bomb burst
A maneuver associated with formation aerobatics in which aircraft disperse in all directions either while coming down during the second half of the loop, going up after a dive, or pulling up after a loop.
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Several Turkish bombs fell into the trench and were thrown out or thrown back before they could burst, but at last one bomb burst among them and killed the two privates.
The demonstration features 40 maneuvers including the trademarked Thunderbird six-plane delta formation, high bomb burst and solo knife-edge pass.
Ian Hall has collected newspaper reports of the raids, with one in The Journal on May 5, 1916, reading: "An octogenarian, somewhat deaf, was in bed when a bomb burst not far from his house.
A battered Ford Transit has skidded to a halt outside your drive and in an instant, the doors explode open; from its darkened innards it vomits a clutch of desperate looking Skinheeds who bomb burst in all directions.
THREE masked men carrying a bomb burst into a bank in Northern Ireland today and warned terrified customers it would explode in an hour.
The bomb burst with big bang and blast was heard about 1 kilometre.
On to the Air Force Memorial, which symbolizes flight through three stainless steel spires 270 feet high representing the contrails left by the Air Force Thunderbirds as they disperse in a bomb burst maneuver.
According to the bomb disposal squad the bomb burst due to fall of MB-12 hand grenade in the fields.
The memorial stands on high ground overlooking the city like a guardian that emanates from a bomb burst formation familiar in our heritage, yet pointing to the future.
A LETTER bomb burst into flames in the hands of EU Commission President Romano Prodi yesterday.
What happened to Lapsley when the bomb burst has given new meaning to him when he celebrates Mass.