In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- In 200 escort missions to heavily defended targets, the Tuskegee Airmen never lost a bomber to an enemy fighter.
- It had the most advanced fighter and bomber aircraft and the best trained crews.
- When it became obvious that the pilots could not control the bomber, the aircraft commander ordered a bale-out.
- Britain only had access to long range Blenheim bombers and fighters carried on Britain's aircraft carriers.
- RAF bombers and fighter aircraft each needed different cloud conditions, as did the gliders and the Army favoured dry ground.
- With new money came new and more lethal weapons: Antonov bombers, helicopter gunships, artillery cannons.
- Quite often, the enemy would provide important details on targets for Allied bombers and attack aircraft.
- That meant that the bombers were RAF and we were being attacked by Japanese fighters.
- New fighters and bombers could be equipped with cameras to carry out the same reconnaissance with a much better chance of survival.
- Then the atomic bomb came along, and two of them were dropped by air force bombers.
- When Red Alert was published in 1958, the American nuclear force was carried by bomber aircraft.
- Squadron aircraft were the first bombers engaged in World War II and the last to fly missions in support of that war.
- Five fighters and two bombers were assigned a mission to drop propaganda leaflets on the city.
- During the 1950s, nuclear weapons required large bomber aircraft designed specifically to carry these weapons to their target.
- The word spread and spread until a respected and reputable London newspaper reported that Australia had plans to send bomber aircraft to drop bombs on Jakarta.
- These forces are a mixture of assets that includes fighters, bombers, and support aircraft.
- The most ambitious experiment used a large bomber with fighters carried above and below each wing and one under the fuselage on a trapeze.
- The aircraft used are leading edge - bombers, tankers, fighter and cargo alike.
- In all, the bombing mission cost the Eighth Air Force 37 heavy bombers and six fighter aircraft.
- They were supplied with weapons and air support from helicopter gunships and Antonov bombers.
2(terrorist)(que perpetra atentados colocando bombas) terrorista masculino
- These are the ones you really want to eliminate, since most of the known terrorists, being suicide bombers, have already eliminated themselves.
- In the first attack on Saturday evening, two suicide bombers detonated 30 yards apart in a busy mall.
- One of the bombers planted his 10 lbs of explosive on a train and timed it to go off at 8.51 am.
- More worryingly, there was some evidence that one of the bombs was detonated by a suicide bomber.
- I mean, your heart just goes out for what has happened there, these suicide terrorist bombers and the way people and children have to live now.
- He tried to play on our fears about suicide bombers and terrorists, as if they were the only ‘evil’ things done in history.
- Rather than give up his explosives, the bomber detonated them, killing himself and the two robbers.
- And when the suicide bomber ran and detonated his bomb, they were there.
- A few hours later, a suicide bomber detonated a massive bomb, killing himself and at least three others.
- The bomber detonated a truck full of explosives near the station.
- The conditions that tend to produce terrorists, suicide bombers etc. should be addressed and fixed.
- He's dealing with homegrown suicide bombers, not terrorists coming from outside the country.
- And he went after the terrorist bombers and he was able to stop them and to imprison them and to put a total halt to any such activity.
- It is now being reported that the three bombs that went off earlier today were detonated by suicide bombers.
- Last week saw 23 car bombs, six of which were driven by suicide bombers, detonated throughout the country.
- Even Liberty, the civil liberty pressure group, accepts a shoot-to-kill policy to protect the public is needed when a suicide bomber looks set to detonate a bomb.
- Although they were bombers and terrorists, the fact they seemed otherwise well-adjusted posed a problem for the British government.
- Anyone who aids the terrorist bombers will be deemed accessories after the fact to Murder, and subject to the most serious penalties.
- That's when a second bomber detonated his explosives.
- It was very unsettling - particularly since it's now claimed that the terrorists were suicide bombers.
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