bomb run

bomb run

[′bäm ‚rən]
(ordnance)
The flight course of a bombing airplane just before the release of bombs.
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A previous court was told a man named Denis O'Connor claims he phoned him on the day of the attack using a mobile suspected of having travelled into Omagh on the bomb run.
The Omagh families alleged Colm Murphy, from Dundalk, provided two mobile phones to the bombers and that Daly, a bricklayer, used one of the phones during the bomb run between Dundalk and Omagh.
I can't describe how it feels to march your flight down the bomb run on graduation day.
The B-1B is the only aircraft that can employ all three types of weapons from the same bomb bay on the same bomb run, said Miller.
The range was busy and the radios were screaming with threat calls and maneuvers to avoid them as our cell crossed the Initial Point (IP) of the bomb run.
Seven and a half hours later, Captain Harp told us that when we got on the bomb run, we were to maintain absolute silence no matter what happened--even if we were hit, attacked by fighters, or whatever.
Memorable among images of air combat from the Second World War is the photo of a single B-24 Liberator bomber flying a low-level bomb run during the Allied attack on the German-controlled oil refineries in Ploesti, Romania.
Skeets Ogilvie shot down a Dornier 217 while it was on its bomb run on Buckingham Palace.
They also claimed Daly, a bricklayer, used one of the mobiles during the bomb run between Dundalk and Omagh.
On the bomb run, we defeated multiple ballistic surface to air missile launches while releasing all 12 JDAMs on the Republican Guard Medina division.
The bomb run will take place at a speed of 22,300mph.
Families of the victims claimed builder Colm Murphy, from Dundalk, Co Louth, provided two mobile phones to the bombers and bricklayer Daly, of Cullaville, Co Monaghan, used one of them during the bomb run.