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loft bombing[′lȯft ‚bäm·iŋ]
A method of aerial bombing in which the delivery plane approaches the target at a very low altitude, makes a definite pull-up at a given point, releases bomb at predetermined point during the pull-up, and tosses the missile on the target.
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