the part of a bombing mission between the sighting of the target or its identification by electronic instruments and the release of the bombs.
the part of a flight of a bomber aircraft that brings it to the point over a target at which its bombs are released
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any of numerous explosive, incendiary, or fragmentation bombs packed into a larger bomb or canister that releases or scatters them to explode separately. noun one of a number of small bombs contained in a larger bomb
a hidden reef of rocks. a dangerous eddy over such a reef. noun (Austral) a submerged reef a turbulent area of sea over such a reef