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  Patent 4457233: Aerial bomb
Aerial bombs of the general type to which the present invention pertains are known in the art and embody a variety of structures.
In general, an aerial bomb according to the present invention comprises a shotgun shell hull or casing, a base for the shotgun shell hull enclosing one end thereof, and a shotshell primer.
In use, the aerial bomb of the present invention is loaded into a conventional shotgun and the trigger is pulled to cause the firing pin of the gun to strike the shotgun primer 60.
www.freepatentsonline.com /4457233.html   (3004 words)

 Is Aerial Warfare Doomed?
Cities and enemy military positions are to be demolished with bombs and poison gas hurled from the sky, with the odds for victory 100 per cent in favor of the aerial attacking forces.
They close their eyes to the fact that no aerial bombing can be effective unless the aviators can clearly see the target they are trying to hit it is a well-established fact that any bomb-dropping from an altitude of more than about 4000 feet is notoriously inaccurate.
The aerial bomb is dropped at a target and hitting the target is largely a matter of guesswork.
rwebs.net /avhistory/history/doomed.htm   (2454 words)

 VERY HEAVY CONVENTIONAL AERIAL BOMBS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The bomb bay doors were removed and the roof of the bomb bay was remodeled from a flat deck to an inverted V shape to accommodate the oversized Grand Slam.
Slings run under the bomb casing were connected to four initial lift cylinders that raised the bomb from ground level to a sufficient height to permit the 5,000lb main lift cylinder carriage to be moved underneath.
At least one bomb with a T104 assembly was recovered from the hardpan at Edwards AFB after a test drop from 25,000 ft at 300 mph TAS for analysis of the angle of entry, depth of penetration and path through the ground.
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 Patent 4218064: Aerial bomb simulating device for model aircraft   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
A more particular object is to provide in a re-usable model aircraft bomb a means of interlocking two bomb body forming sections to maintain the integrity of the bomb configuration notwithstanding positive and negative G-loads, while at the same time affording break-apart capability of the bomb on impact.
A re-usable aerial bomb simulating device in accordance with the present invention includes a hollow break-apart main body portion, which may be filled with powder to be dispersed upon impact in a cloud of smoke after the device has been dropped from a model aircraft suitably equipped with a bomb carriage and release mechanism.
The bomb includes a main body 12 of generally cylindrical shape, the front of which is in the form of a parabolic hemisphere forming a round nose.
www.freepatentsonline.com /4218064.html   (1525 words)

 bomb --¬† Encyclop√¶dia Britannica
In military science, the term “aerial bomb”; or “bomb”; denotes a container dropped from an aircraft and designed to cause destruction by the detonation of a high-explosive...
Like a regular bomb, a smart bomb falls to the target solely by the force of gravity, but its fins or wings have control surfaces that move in response to guidance commands, enabling adjustments to be made to the angle of the bomb's descent or the direction of its fall.
Covers his argument that the use of the bomb was not a military necessity, Russia's influence on the U.S. war with Japan, Truman's later explanations for the bomb's use, and the response of various military figures to the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
www.britannica.com /eb/article?tocId=9080529   (975 words)

 l   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The conventional aerial bomb consists of an explosive or chemical agent in a container, one or several fuse-and-igniter mechanisms, and external fins for directional stability.
The hydrogen bomb, or H-bomb, is a nuclear weapon in which light atomic nuclei of hydrogen are joined together in an uncontrolled nuclear FUSION reaction to release tremendous amounts of energy.
Such a bomb combines the principles of the super and the booster: a fission explosion ignites a fusion reaction that in turn causes the fissioning of the bomb's uranium casing.
ycrop.com /bombshelter/b_grolier.html   (4406 words)

 Da Bomb
On the night of the test, ABC News reported that the bomb was "similar to a small nuclear weapon." Time magazine, in strikingly similar language, reported that it "packs the punch of a small nuclear weapon." Let's do the math.
Still, 18,000 pounds is a lot for a conventional bomb that falls from the sky.
Every aerial bomb and missile that the U.S. Air Force has built in recent years was first hatched at this center, along with many, many more that never made it that far.
www.globalsecurity.org /org/news/2003/030313-palace-buster01.htm   (1153 words)

 Glide bomb   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
A glide bomb is an aerial bomb that is modified with aerodynamic surfaces to modify its flight path from a purely ballistic[?] one, to a flatter, gliding, one.
The first glide bombs were developed by the Germans during World War II as an anti-shipping weapon.
The bomb aimer dropped the bomb while the aircraft was still approaching the ship, and guided it into an impact with the target by sending commands to spoilers attached to the rear of the bomb.
www.eurofreehost.com /gl/Glide_bomb.html   (429 words)

 US military tests 'Mother Bomb' to scare Iraq   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The bomb, in development since last year, has the biggest explosive power in the non- nuclear category and might be used for the first time in Iraq if the US finally decides to take military action.
The new massive ordinance aerial bomb (MOAB), as it is officially known, tested at Eglin Air Force base in Florida was also part of the psychological warfare being conducted by Pentagon.
The bomb is expected to be used against critical targets on the surface and underground in case of a war.
news.indiainfo.com /2003/03/12/12ustests.html   (301 words)

Swanson's bomb run resulted in 95% of his bombs hitting within 1000 feet of the Impact Point, causing substantial damage to the enemy's aerodromes and hindering the enemy's ability to wage war.
Duncan's bomb run resulted in 92% of his bombs hitting within 1000 feet of the Impact Point, causing substantial damage to the enemy's submarine pens and hindering the enemy's ability to wage war.
Stubbs' bomb run resulted in 97% of his bombs hitting within 1000 feet of the Impact Point, causing substantial damage to the enemy's dock yards and hindering the enemy's ability to wage war.
www.b17pbemgame.com /Medals.htm   (1691 words)

We heard of the bombs on a UN mine-removal office in Kabul, we heard of the two strikes on Herat, and we heard about the bombing of the CNN (Communist News Networks, according to some Republicans!) offices in Kandahar as well as the Al-Jazeera network office.
To say that the civilian deaths from aerial bombardment are unintentional is sophistry, because if there is a probability that the bombs will hit civilian targets, then ipso facto the civilian deaths are not unintentional.
They knew that bombs such as these are used basically against those of color, those who are already subhuman to Europe-US, seen to require the rod for discipline, seen to be a civilization apart.
www.zmag.org /aerialprashad.htm   (1172 words)

 Civilian Victims of United States' Aerial Bombing of Afghanistan
On Monday, November 26th, after heavy U.S bombing in the preceding days of the Shamshad village in Nangarhar province, one or three Afghan children were blown up and seven wounded by a cluster bomb as they were collecting firewood and hard papers for burning fire at home.
She was nearly bombed again on the Kandahar to Spin Boldak highway, as a relative was driving her to a hospital in Quetta.
In late October, U.S warplanes bombed the electrical grid in Kandahar knocking out all power, but the Talian were able to divert some electricity to the city from a generating plant in another province, Helmand, but that generation plant [at Kajakai dam] was then bombed knocking out all power supplies to Kandahar and Lashkargah.
www.cursor.org /stories/civilian_deaths.htm   (12458 words)

 An Analytical Approach to Assessing the Vulnerability of Bomb Shelters to Aerial Bombing and Artillery Attack - ...
Abstract: This study examines the vulnerability of bomb shelters to aerial bombing and artillery attack, by modelling the bomb dump, i.e., the area within which the bomb shelters are located, as a cellular target.
The stochastic process of hitting the dump with aerial bombs or artillery shells is modelled using suitable probability distributions, depending on the scenarios.
Two measures of effectiveness are used: (1) The expected proportion of damage to the bomb dump by n weapons (bombs or shells) that are directed at the bomb dump, and (2) The probability that the ith shelter will be damaged due to an attack by n weapons that are directed at the bomb dump.
www.stormingmedia.us /46/4694/A469472.html   (277 words)

 Omega bomb - Karate Exercises Techniques   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
That's the "omega bomb" (I dunno why they call it that, the guys name who invented it was "BBoy Omega.") Even though you might not be able to do it, this move is broken up into different moves.
An omega bomb is a kip-up into a front somersault, not a kip-up into a planche.
Kujo invented the "omega bomb" not bboy omega.
www.neokarate.net /lingo/term/omegabomb.asp   (1460 words)

 Mark 6 Aerial Bomb - Display at the US Air Force Museum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Developed in 1949, the Mark VI Aerial Bomb was basically an improved version of the "Fat Man" bomb that the B-29 Bockscar dropped on Nagasaki, Japan, in 1945.
An implosion bomb (involving implosion-triggered plutonium fission), it had a higher yield, was lighter, and had improved ballistic (flying) characteristics.
It could be carried internally on B-29, B-36, B-47, B-50, and B-52 aircraft, and the bombardier could set the height above ground of the explosion while the aircraft was in flight.
www.wpafb.af.mil /museum/arm/arm40.htm   (142 words)

 Army Technology - Kanglim - Special Purpose Vehicles, Materials and Munitions Handling Trailers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Kanglim military vehicles and equipments, which are produced under Korean military standards, passed the strict procedures and tests of the Korean military and thereby proved their reliable quality and performance.
In air bases, in the field and onboard, the Kanglim aerial bomb store can safely and rapidly set up bombs, rockets or fuel tanks on fighters and middle or large sized helicopters.
All equipments in the aerial bomb store are precisely operated by hydraulic power and can lift a maximum of 1,350kg to 3,170kg.
www.army-technology.com /contractors/vehicles/kanglim   (607 words)

 Japanese Aerial Bomb Fuzes - Inert-Ord.net
I've always considered Japanese aerial bomb fuzes to be almost art forms (go figure).
Here are the Type D-2(a) and the Type B-3(a) bomb tail fuzes used by the Japanese Navy.
D-2(a) on the left is a mechanical time fuze for air burst used on the T-99 naval incendiary.
www.inert-ord.net /jap02h/bombfuze/index.html   (451 words)

 Stock Video of 888027, aerial, atom bomb, bomb, close-up, cloud - Search Digital Film Footage Clips - 888027 888027.gif
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The awesome, visceral impact of an exploding atomic bomb remains undiminished by time.
Atomic Archive is a collection of the American atomic weaponry programme that holds us in a fearful rapture as much today as it did 50 years ago.
www.fotosearch.com /DGV759/888027   (191 words)

 Remote Piloted Aerial Vehicles : The 'Aerial Target' and 'Aerial Torpedo' in Germany
The German V1 flying bomb, or 'buzz' bomb, known originally as the Fieseler Fi 103, FZG 76, was the first of the Vergeltungswaffen ("weapons of vengeance," named in response to Allied air assaults on Germany during World War II).
Development of reaction-propulsion by the Germans for eventual application to military uses was started soon after WWI to evade the terms of the Treaty of Versailles which forbade Germany to develop certain classes of internal-combustion reciprocating motors.
By 1945, however, the attitude toward using the flying bomb had changed so much that only criminals or pilots who were in a depressed state or were ill would be allowed to fly Reichenbergs.
www.ctie.monash.edu.au /hargrave/rpav_germany_fiesler.html   (1795 words)

 CNN.com - U.S. tests massive bomb - Mar. 11, 2003
The Pentagon hopes the test will pave the way for use of the bomb -- should there be a war in Iraq -- against critical targets on the surface and underground.
The Air Force released video of the Tuesday's test, which showed the bomb falling through the sky and bursting into a massive fireball upon impact.
The bomb carries 18,000 pounds of tritonal explosives, which have an indefinite shelf life.
www.cnn.com /2003/US/03/11/sprj.irq.moab   (695 words)

 H-Net Review: Johanna Granville on The Military Encyclopedia of Russia and Eurasia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Soviet innovators encountered many problems with these early models, involving, for example, the accuracy of the bombs and the bombs' weight given the negligible lift capability of the early airplanes.
The earliest versions of this type of bomb were made of glass and filled with a bright dye substance that would spread once the bomb had burst.
These free-fall air navigation bombs were first used in the First World War, and were included in the specialized munitions developed for the Red Air Forces during the 1920s (pp.
www.h-net.msu.edu /reviews/showrev.cgi?path=9879931810046   (2895 words)

 Howstuffworks "How Fireworks Work"   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
An aerial firework is normally formed as a shell that consists of four parts:
The shell's fuse burns while the shell rises to its correct altitude, and then ignites the bursting charge so it explodes.
The blue balls are the stars, and the gray is fl powder.
ibs.howstuffworks.com /ibs/houwx/fireworks2.htm   (408 words)

 The Official Chronology of the U.S. Navy in World War II--1944
Aerial minelaying operations in the Marshalls continue: One PBY-5 (VP 72), flying from Tarawa, mines Schischmarov Strait, Wotje; a second Catalina, vexed by engine trouble, brings its mines back and does not carry out the mission.
Aerial minelaying operations in the Marshalls continue: eight PB4Y-1s (VB 108 and VB 109), flying from Apemama, mine the waters off Wotje and then strafe enemy facilities on the island and shipping offshore; seven PBY-5s (VP 72), flying from Tarawa, mine Wotje anchorage and Schischmarov Strait.
PBY-5As, flying from Attu, bomb and photograph Japanese installations in the Kurabu Zaki area, south Paramushiru, and in the Musashi Wan-Otomaye area, south coast of Paramushiru; PV-1s bomb and photograph enemy installations in the north Paramushiru area.
www.ibiblio.org /hyperwar/USN/USN-Chron/USN-Chron-1944.html   (12326 words)

 Feature Article: Cover Story   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The bomb's destructiveness depends on the strength of the ultrawideband source, the altitude at which it is initiated, and its distance from the target [see " E-Bomb Anatomy "].
Narrowband weapons, by contrast, emit at a single frequency or closely clustered frequencies at very high power (from hundreds up to a thousand kilojoules per pulse), and some can be fired hundreds of times a second, making an almost continuous beam.
The presumption was that after the Cold War, nobody would be using nuclear bombs, says the Lexington Institute's Thompson.
www.spectrum.ieee.org /WEBONLY/publicfeature/nov03/1103ebom.html   (3541 words)

Aerials devastated Hiroshima or Nagasaki; Yokohama; Kure Naval Base with sunken cruiser; Tokyo ruins.
, theatre commander of the atomic bomb project gives interview re responsibility of seeing that the atom bomb is always used for good and never for evil.
Film coverage of Project Crossroads, a project of the two atomic bomb tests in the Pacific in l946 and including Able Day test of an atomic bomb drop from a B-29 on 1 July 1946, and Baker Day test, the underwater detonation of an atomic bomb on 25 July 1946.
www.footagefarm.com /atomic.html   (5439 words)

 ClickOnDetroit.com - News - Possible Aerial Bomb Removed From Detroit Home
DETROIT -- The Michigan State Police bomb squad unit was called to a neighborhood on Detroit's east side Tuesday afternoon, where a device was found in an upstairs room of a home.
Authorities closed the street and taped off the area while the bomb squad unit removed the device and placed it into a bomb-containment trailer.
The device appeared to be an aerial bomb -- about 2 feet long and 1 foot in diameter with fins -- from the Korean War era, Local 4 reported.
www.clickondetroit.com /news/4448416/detail.html   (262 words)

 Welcome the Imperial War Museum's Collections Home Page : When was the first aerial bomb dropped during the Second ...
Welcome the Imperial War Museum's Collections Home Page : When was the first aerial bomb dropped during the Second World War on the British mainland?
When was the first aerial bomb dropped during the Second World War on the British mainland?
On 10 May 1940 a single German plane made the first attack on Britain's mainland by dropping bombs near the villages of Petham and Chilham close to Canterbury.
collections.iwm.org.uk /server/show/ConWebDoc.1276   (78 words)

 Howstuffworks "How Fireworks Work"
If you have ever been to an aerial fireworks show at an amusement park, baseball game, Fourth of July celebration or on New Year's Eve, then you know that fireworks have a special and beautiful magic all their own -- a good show is absolutely amazing!
In this article, you will learn all about aerial fireworks.
Learn more about the history of the Fourth of July holiday -- including how fireworks fit in -- with this comprehensive DVD from The History Channel.
www.howstuffworks.com /fireworks.htm   (113 words)

 US PATENT SUBCLASS 33 / 229-- .~ Aerial bomb sight   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
US PATENT SUBCLASS 33 / 229--.~ Aerial bomb sight
1.51+, for devices for holding and releasing bombs, flares and signals from aircraft.
434, Education and Demonstration, 15, and 19+ for training in the use of gun or bomb sights.
www.patentec.com /data/class/defs/33/229.html   (57 words)

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