bomb run

bomb run

[′bäm ‚rən]
(ordnance)
The flight course of a bombing airplane just before the release of bombs.
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shortly after OV-10 planes ended their six-hour bomb run.
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.
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.
After reading "Crash into the Channel" by Robert R Dorr [February 20111, I'm curious as to how someone can be awarded a Medal of Honor for failing on a bomb run and then causing the death of crew members by making a second attempt at the mission.
I can't describe how it feels to march your flight down the bomb run on graduation day.
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.
Skeets Ogilvie shot down a Dornier 217 while it was on its bomb run on Buckingham Palace.
It was necessary to fly straight and level for about 20 miles into the target on the bomb run, in order for the bombsight to zero in on the target.
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.