A Philippine Air Force attack helicopter flies past a Philippine flag, after a bombing run
in Marawi City.
Summary: Moscow [Russia], Jul 10 (ANI): The People's Democratic Republic of Korea (DPRK) has warned the United States of nuclear war, after it carried out live-fire bombing run
near North Korea border.
The pilot and his navigator were returning from a bombing run
over Gaza; while landing, they ran into trouble, and ejected.
But on their bombing run
one of the Halifax's four engines was hit and the bomb doors jammed.
From March 1944 through the war's end, Ackerman flew 66 missions, including a bombing run
over Normandy's Utah Beach on D-Day.
He was later moved to the labour camp and actually saw Bockscar - the US plane that dropped the bomb dubbed Fat Man - flying over the city during its bombing run
Returning to England through thick fog from a bombing run
in May, 1945, flyer Peter Carter's plane is damaged, his parachute rendered useless.
When security was not around we would climb aboard and be on a bombing run
over Germany (remember the war was only a couple of years back, then).
This account of the World War II strategic bombing mission is told largely in the veterans' own words and covers all who participated in the long-range bombing run
, from pilots and crew to escort fighters.
The Jewish child and his family are forced to wear a yellow star by the government; when they are taken away to a concentration camp, Otto is given to the German boy, until a bombing run
rips Otto from the house.
But in the process of this bombing run
,it looks as though they had to break away from the target at least for a period and there is no way to determine whether or not that had anything to do with the fact that civilian casualties did occur in this incident ,he said.
When a simulated bombing run
went wrong, the world lucked out; the bomb washed up in British Columbia, Canada--a nation with sense enough not to do the world wrong with it.