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strafe in Airforce topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstrafestrafe /streɪf, strɑːf $ streɪf/ verb [transitive]  PMPATTACKto attack a place from an aircraft by flying low and firing a lot of bullets→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
strafeSix fighters then passed over but made no attempt to strafe.Then our air force bombed and strafed.Alr support came and strafed and bombed the wood line, trying to detonate any more mines.The air force created airborne units versed in machine-gun strafing and rocket-launching operations in support of ground troops.I imagine bombers strafing our school, imagine myself being hit in a vital organ.During 9 March numerous single aircraft appeared overhead to strafe Takali airfield.In the meantime, Timpson and myself had planned to strafe the road at Bug Bug on the night 15/16 July.