[ UK /bˌɒmbədˈi‍ə/ ]
[ US /ˌbɑmbɝˈdɪɹ/ ]
  1. a noncommissioned officer in the British artillery
  2. the member of a bomber crew responsible for using the bombsight and releasing the bombs on the target
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How To Use bombardier In A Sentence

  • While they were doing so, the bombardier looked back to see that the bombs had landed for the most part in a wooded area and along a roadway.
  • These determined if you were accepted and also had a bearing on what training you would be funneled to - fighter pilot, bomber pilot, navigator or bombardier.
  • Shorts makes nacelle systems, fuselages, flight controls and air defence systems for Bombardier.
  • He points to an Earth bug called the bombardier beetle that produces a boiling-hot spray that is 25 percent hydrogen peroxide as a defense weapon. Is This Really Necessary? « UDreamOfJanie
  • Cater Lee was the bombardier in Henderson's first crew, where Richard served as a co-pilot.
  • Montreal-based Bombardier supplies the lightweight fiberglass rail cars and has a five-year operations and maintenance contract.
  • The pilot had been knocked unconscious from the explosion and the co-pilot, bombardier, navigator and engineer - believing the pilot was dead - had bailed out.
  • The former bombardier - now a security guard at the Imperial War Museum North - spent five months in Iraq during the 1991 conflict.
  • Later that night at the officer's club, a pilot called the bombardier "yellow," saying he ought to be "kicked out" of the squadron; others present agreed and declared they never wanted to fly with him. Miss Yourlovin: GIs, Gender, and Domesticity during World War II
  • As the sergeant/bombardier adjusted his bombsight for drift, the pilot followed it with small turn corrections to keep the needle centered.
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