napalm bomb


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napalm bomb

[′nā‚päm ‚bäm]
(ordnance)
A bomb filled with napalm; primarily an antipersonnel weapon.
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An image in which Sharif poses with "some friends" in the armed opposition was posted on Monday 26 August 2013, the day of the alleged napalm bomb attack.
Just as the famous images of children fleeing Napalm bombs helped turn public opinion against America in Vietnam, this will distance the world from Chechnya.
The Americans have jet fighters, as in the F4 Phantom, with napalm bombs and missiles, and the Vietnamese have the MiG 21, capable of just as much devastation.
VIETNAMESE expats have blasted a sick computer game which glamorises the horror of the Vietnam War -and deadly Napalm bombs.
We drop napalm bombs, cluster bombs and even atomic bombs against all the laws that we ourselves formulated.
During the war, the sanctuary was burned out by napalm bombs and mines were planted in its walls.
Who can forget the napalm bombs that rained terror on the refugee camps around the city when Rhodesian scouts resolved to strike at the source of enemy fire?
I'm thankful that America has never been a target of an atomic attack, a military invasion, a B-52 bombing raid, chemical warfare, napalm bombs, concussion bombs, smart bombs, land mines, strafing by helicopter gunships, offshore shelling by warships, plus other atrocious inhumane weapons of war.
So did twentieth-century Germans and Czechs until 4 October 1991--the name day of the patron saint of the town--when the Lipik Compleks was methodically destroyed by gunfire and napalm bombs.
They used napalm bombs which caused burns and tried to clear jungles in order to kill those who used there as a hideout.
Daisy cutter bombs, 500-pound bombs, cluster bombs, white phosphorous bombs, smart bombs, napalm bombs, atomic bombs - you name it, we build them and we drop them.