smoke bomb


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smoke bomb

An air-dropped bomb that emits smoke either on impact or while in descent. The former normally is a practice bomb, and the smoke is used to plot errors; the latter is used to calculate wind velocity.
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The sheriff told Rice: "A strong message has to get out that people cannot carry smoke bombs and use them.
Wrexham have also been hit with an additional charge after a smoke bomb was let off after a goal at Chester on November 8.
The smoke bomb hit a wall and landed back on to the platform close to where passengers were waiting for the next service.
Last month a Manchester United fan who set off a smoke bomb during Sir Alex Ferguson's last game in charge, against West Bromwich Albion, was given a suspended twomonth jail term and banned from any football grounds for three years.
Video footage from the dramatic stunt yesterday morning showed the man flying away after he dropped the smoke bomb at the Bugey site 35km east of Lyon and begin circling the reactor to start his descent.
Smoke bombs are one tool used to assess maintenance needs; video cameras also capture damaged areas.
Darrell Waiters, who spent months in jail for setting off a smoke bomb in the Northampton Community College dormitory here in January, was recently released on probation and was trying to get on with his life.
The Ninja player will master many deadly arts that include Smoke Bomb, which they use to make themselves disappear.
A MAN has recalled how his father was badly burned after a smoke bomb was thrown at him during the Munster Final last weekend.
At one point police lines moved in to keep them apart and a green smoke bomb was thrown at UAF supporters.
A SOLDIER who sparked chaos at a football match when he let off a smoke bomb has been jailed for five months.
James Maddocks, eight, was struck by a smoke bomb in the Everton section at Anfield last season, leaving him needing medical treatment.