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    Hi All,

    When a bomber is described as being shot down outbound, is it outbound from its base or the target ?

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    John.

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    It is generally taken to mean outbound from its base, John. When returning from the target you may find several different expressions used, all being self-explanatory, e.g.
    "Homeward bound", "On return leg" etc. I cannot ever recall seeing "inbound" being used though.
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    Hi Bill,

    Manu thanks for that.

    John.

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