Includes a Catherine wheel, 11 pretty coloured fountains, five Roman candles, four rockets and an aerial mine
On 23 September 2014, a B-52H bomber at high altitude north of Guam accomplished an aviation first--the release of a winged, precision aerial mine (fig.
1) The Luftwaffe mined the Thames Estuary in November 1939, marking the first use of aerial mines.
GEMINI Everything you need for a mini-display, with six long-lasting fountains, two multi-shots, two rockets, five Roman candles, one Catherine wheel and a finale aerial mine
Bianculli enlisted in the Army Air Force in 1947, graduated from the United States Naval Mine Warfare School as an aerial mine
man in 1948, and served in the Army of Occupation in Japan in 1949 and was discharged shortly before the Korean War.
To enable this, the combination of explosive ordnance/infrared radiation-equipped UAVs and UGVs with ground and aerial mine
detection equipment will be employed.
More than 300 people were crammed into the cellars of the school when, at around midnight, an aerial mine
containing 500lbs of high explosive hit the three-storey school.
BOMB disposal experts will today try to defuse a huge two-ton aerial mine
dropped by the RAF on Berlin.
They also dealt with aerial mines
, particularly magnetic mines.
One little-known operation went under the dark moniker of Operation STARVATION, the deployment of aerial mines
The French attacked the shelter on March 18, 1918 with aerial mines
which penetrated the ground.
It included rocket launchers, smoke ejectors, front mounted machine guns, aerial mines
with tiny parachutes, heat seeking air-to-air missiles and rear flamethrowers.