These special operations are the Royal Air Force's (RAF) Operation Chastise or the 'Dambusters' raid in the Ruhr valley intended to sabotage Germany's wartime industrial effort; the RAF Mosquito light bombers
conducting precise hits on Nazi Germany's Gestapo Headquarters in Amiens and Copenhagen - Operations Jericho and Carthage respectively - which were intended to free prisoners held in these prisons; and the aerial killing of Japanese Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto by the U.S.
In the junior's division, Glolam Garcia fired 31 points as the JRU Light Bombers
downed the Perpetual Help Altalettes, 88-83, while the San Sebastian Staglets edged the Lyceum of the Philippines University Junior Pirates, 82-74.
Such was Warby's skill that despite flying to shoot film, mainly on a light bomber
aircraft, he managed to shoot down seven enemy planes in mid-air during the missions.
He looked scruffy and wore a light bomber
jacket and a red, patterned scarf.
The B-57 was the first light bomber
that could loop and roll.
Also, with last year's incident involving the death of JRU Light Bomber
CJ Servillon, the league has also asked teams to submit a medical clearance for every player, ensuring that they are fit to play.
In 1946, the Air Troop List for the Guard was seventy-two fighter and twelve light bomber
The aircraft involved was a light bomber
of the type Bristol Blenheim IV with serial number P4860.
Garcia, a former JRU Light Bomber
, followed his coach and he was also key in helping Adamson limit the Fighting Maroons' top weapons.
One of those shooting stars was a light bomber
whose common name wasn't so common at all.
Army Air Forces in World War II said his conversion of the Douglas A-20 from a light bomber
into a gunship was the most significant event of the Army Air Forces in the Southwest Pacific in 1942, and Gen.
Grief has enveloped the JRU community as Light Bomber
Carl Jimwell CJ Servillon passed away on Sunday two days after collapsing during the team's game against De La Salle-Zobel.