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1ataque aéreo masculine
- A few days later the enemy reopens the tunnel but a friendly air strike seals it again.
- The New Zealanders again attacked the town of Cassino, this time after a massive air strike and artillery bombardment.
- No amount of élan will save units caught in the open by a well-timed artillery barrage or an air strike using fuel-air explosives.
- Before starting, Crombez asked for and received an air strike.
- Two buildings thought to be insurgent command centers were destroyed in an air strike on May 13.
- Preparations for an air strike would fare little better.
- The second air strike by the Japanese was also a failure.
- An air strike was called off because a lawyer at US Central Command was concerned about the risk of disproportionate civilian casualties.
- They call in an air strike and the troops must quickly leave the danger area.
- Nor could he offer any reason why the US military had responded by calling for a massive air strike.
- Some, or all, of these could be used by the American military in the form of a surgical air strike.
- A Marine spokesman says the air strike was related to the chopper crash.
- It never surprised anyone when the US decided on an air strike.
- From a tactical point of view the air strike was a disaster; for its victims it was truly appalling.
- Seven soldiers were here just to call an air strike.
- The President said the air strike could lead to a ‘general confrontation’.
- Many units were pulled out for the evening in preparation of a full-scale air strike that was scheduled to last for up to twelve hours.
- Found an enemy base, but unable to call in an air strike?
- He's essentially calling in an air strike on his own position in hopes of killing the enemy.