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The subject of this article appears in Call of Duty: WWII

"An aerial oblieration bombing that makes multiple passes over enemy occupied territory."
— In-game description

The Carpet Bombing is a Scorestreak featured in Call of Duty: WWII that uses an A-20 Havoc to carpet bomb an area of the map.

When deployed, a siren will go off alarming every soldier to take cover. A bomber will pass over the battlefield and drop massive bombs in a horizontal pattern several times. The area of effect is huge obliterating every soldier, whether friendly or ally, under its path. The bomber will attempt to avoid the location of friendlies, targeting only the opposition, but once it arrives it's advisable to stay away from the bombing itself.

Advantages[]

Since the blast radius of a single bomb is as destructive as one artillery strike from the Artillery Barrage, having multiple missile bombing runs in a tight, small map results in a chaotic environment. It usually does 3 runs on the designated area. If an objective is located on a wide open area, using the bombing run will eliminate all enemies clearing out the vicinity.

Disadvantages[]

The Carpet Bombing's main objective is to eliminate hostile activity and enemy strongholds. Though the bombing run is massive, it will harm anyone within its path. Any friendly near an enemy during the time of the run will be hit. This isn't very useful when needing protection and sweeping off enemies to reach an objective. Even ground scorestreaks like soldiers utilizing the flamethrower aren't safe.

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