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heavy bomber

[′hev·ē ′bäm·ər]
(aerospace engineering)
Any large bomber considered to be relatively heavy, such as a bomber having a gross weight, including bomb load, of 250,000 pounds (113,000 kilograms) or more, as the B-36 and the B-52.
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The Soaring Falcons (3-1) defeated the Che'Lu Bar and Grill Revellers, 84-75, last Tuesday while the Coffee Lovers (2-1) made quick work of the Jose Rizal Heavy Bombers, 93-76, the day before.
The Heavy Bombers were visibly not in their elements against the Altas, so Perpetual big man Prince Eze took the opportunity to dominate the paint and cruise to a triple-double performance.
Shola Alvarez' tenure with Jose Rizal University came to an end on Friday when the Lady Heavy Bombers lost to defending champion Arellano, 25-13, 25-20, 25-17, in the Final Four of the NCAA Season 93 women's volleyball tournament.
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Now, Russia is using Iraq's air-space for its Iran based heavy bombers.
It was a tremendous effort that actually saw very little positive effect other than how a later version might succeed, which it did a quarter century later when British and American heavy bombers hit the Germans and the Japanese night and day, destroying the Axis powers' industrial ability to wage war.
The multi-role heavy bombers will integrate and train with US European Command components and regional allies and partners by participating in the Norwegian exercise Cold Response during this short-term deployment," the statement said on Friday.
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David Johnson, a retired Army field artillery colonel and senior political scientist at the RAND Corporation, assails the conventional wisdom in Fast Tanks and Heavy Bombers.
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