Origin of Stuka
Examples from the Web for stuka
A Stuka bomb drops on me and I wake up hours later and miles away.Dave Dawson at Dunkirk|Robert Sydney Bowen
The Stuka was sloping down toward one of the transport ships.
Stan put her up 200 feet; and then, his motor screaming, he laid over and was upon the Stuka, his guns belching death.
Stan imagined he could hear the Stuka leader's voice crackling in over the radio.
He spotted a Stuka slipping in behind a screen of smoke rising from a burning freighter.
Word Origin and History for stuka
German dive bomber of World War II, 1940, from German shortening of Sturzkampfflugzeug, from sturz "fall" + kampf "battle" + flugzeug "aircraft."