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Bombard may refer to the act of carrying out a bombardment. It may also refer to:


  • Alain Bombard (1924–2005), French biologist, physician and politician; known for crossing the Atlantic on a small boat with no water or food
  • Marc Bombard (1949–), American baseball player and coach



  • Bombard (vessel), a small two-masted vessel like an English ketch, common in the Mediterranean in the 18th and 19th centuries
  • Bombarde (or Bombard), an alternative name for a bomb vessel in the 18th & 19th centuries
  • HMAS Bombard (P 99), Royal Australian Navy patrol boat in commission from 1968 to 1993
  • USS Bombard (AM-151), a United States Navy minesweeper in commission from 1944 to 1945
  • Bombarde, a French Navy La Melpomène-class torpedo boat, commissioned 1938, later captured by Italy in 1942, and then by Germany in 1943, and sunk by US aircraft in 1944.


  • Bombardopolis, Haiti, was known in English in the 18th & 19th centuries as Bombarde