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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Timers in the napalm bombs were programmed to explode after half an hour, incinerating the bats and anything nearby.
As noted below, it may be significant that Atareb hospital staff were attending a battle first aid training course in Turkey on the date of the alleged napalm bomb attack.
American police acting on a tip-off found six explosive devices - including a napalm bomb, pipe bomb and a Molotov cocktail - hidden in a secret compartment in Grant Acord's bedroom.
A question that was answered, among other methods, by the napalm bomb.
AGRANDFATHER who was tormented by egg-throwing neighbours could be face time behind bars after he concocted a crude napalm bomb in the kitchen of his home.
A brother and sister were both jailed for 12 years for plotting to launch a 'vicious and evil' napalm bomb attack on the home of a family of three.
Grant Acord, 17, faces a charge of attempted aggravated murder after six bombs were found hidden under the floorboards in his bedroom, including pipe bombs, a napalm bomb, Molotov cocktails and explosives made from drain cleaner.
A GRANDAD accused of assembling a crude napalm bomb in his kitchen feared for his wife's safety as anti-social attacks on his County Durham home intensified, a court has heard.
A brother and sister were yesterday convicted of plotting to launch a 'vicious and evil' napalm bomb attack on the home of a family-of-three.
Just as in Vietnam where a young naked child was pictured running from an American napalm bomb, the pictures you have published during the latest conflict in Afghanistan will no doubt scar the youth of today just as they have me.
An eight-year-old girl and her parents were forced to flee their blazing Black Country home after a neighbour with a grudge launched an arson and napalm bomb attack on the family.