low-altitude bombing

low-altitude bombing

[′lō ‚al·tə‚tüd ‚bäm·iŋ]
(ordnance)
Horizontal bombing at altitudes between about 900 and 8000 feet (0.27 and 2.4 kilometers). Also known as low-level bombing.
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That low-altitude bombing would be more accurate was a simple fact of common sense and physics.
His low-altitude bombing tactics enabled B-29s to burn out all of Japan's major cities with relatively light losses of aircrew and aircraft.

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