As a bombardier Yossarian is “the best man in the group at evasive action.”
It was a different type of plane, a European-built ATR-72 (the bombardier is a Canadian plane).
Neither, staring through his bombsight, could bombardier Umphress.
While we had sardines our bombardier produced a savoury with toast, but that is long ago.
His bombardier had laid their eggs squarely on a factory building.
They were crouching in one of the gun-pits—a bombardier and three gunners, very cold and very miserable.
One of the boys, a bombardier from a Fort, explained the workings of the camp.
The bombardier can fire its artillery twenty times in succession if necessary, and so gain time to effect its escape.
I was in the same troop with him, a bombardier at the same gun.
A very curious beetle is the bombardier, a brown creature with green gloss on its wings.
1550s, soldier with a bombard, from French bombardier, from bombard (see bombard (n.)). In 17c.-18c. of soldiers who manned artillery (especially mortars and howitzers); meaning "one who aims the bombs in an aircraft" is attested 1932, American English.