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smoke bomb

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A bomb designed to give out thick smoke upon exploding, used especially to mark a target or to create a smokescreen.

smoke bomb

n
(Military) a device that emits large quantities of smoke when ignited
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Noun1.smoke bomb - a bomb that gives off thick smoke when it explodessmoke bomb - a bomb that gives off thick smoke when it explodes; used to make a smoke screen or to mark a position
bomb - an explosive device fused to explode under specific conditions
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Limited Tenders are invited for Procurement Of Portable Battery Operated Smoke Generator With Accessories
The 82d Airborne Division used CBRN reconnaissance platoons within the brigade support battalions to conduct a three-tiered M56E2 Coyote Smoke Generator System training program that included new equipment training, training and licensing of the Driver's Vision Enhancement System, and training on doctrine and tactics (provided by the Capabilities Development Integration Directorate, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri).
To connect the smoke generator to the grill, I first located a spot on the lower half of the grill in a place that wouldn't interfere with any other parts of the grill.
Divers were also on hand to search the waters around the two boats, one of which had a smoke generator fitted.
The West YorKshire Fire and Rescue Service training exercise will last for about two hours and may be visible to nearby residents as a smoKe generator will be used to create a realistic emergency situation.
The organisers chose a brand of smoke generator which, like the athletes, is synonymous with calibre and consistency, proving Concept are indeed laps ahead.
It's just red lights and a smoke generator, but when you're standing three feet away, you'd swear there's a flame in there.
Finally, the Quartermaster and Chemical Equipment Division (for MOS 91J) trains Soldiers on the maintenance tasks related to heaters, pumps, water-purification systems, decontamination systems, and smoke generator systems.
These red hot tips for taking care of your M56 smoke generator will lead to some mighty good smoking.
After it enlarged to its full size, a smoke generator was used to determine if any smoke could seep between the wall and the device.
Many Pitts may come with a smoke generator, another oddity for the average mechanic.
Mitchell used a smoke generator to demonstrate ESCS's abilities, which gave rise to the idea that the device can clean the air of smoke just as easily as it does dust and microbes.