Smart Bomb


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A steerable radio-controlled, laser- or satellite-guided bomb designed to precisely hit a target and minimise collateral damage
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The Air Force also experimented with various smart bombs.
Last march, Iranian Air Force Commander Brigadier General Hassan Shahsafi reminded the capabilities of the Iran-made smart bombs, including high-precision and destruction power, and told FNA at the time that Qassed 2 has a longer range than its primary version.
The BRU-57 Smart Bomb Racks provide fighter aircraft with the capacity to double their deployment of smart weapons.
The heavy strategic Sukhoi 24, F4, F5, F7, Mig 29, F14 and Sa'eqeh bombers, Boeing 707 and 747 refueling aircraft, C130 transportation and logistic planes along with drones equipped with pin-pointing missiles and long-range smart bombs have been transferred to Shahid Babayee base (in Isfahan province) and will fly in the drills," General Rouzkhosh said on Monday.
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9 million contract which will provide Ankara with an undisclosed number of smart bombs.
According to one Turkish military official, The deal came timely as we are deeply engaged in asymmetrical warfare and need smart bombs.
Instead, they are people being used by other people to reach specific goals --just like we use smart bombs or other types of technology to reach our goals.
But smart bombs are no more accurate than the intelligence used to program them and pilots flying at high speeds can only avoid civilians they know about.
A high-level source in Washington said that the administration will soon announce that it will sell Abu Dhabi 4,900 smart bombs produced by Boeing.
Israel's daily the Jerusalem Post has reported that the Israeli air force will soon receive precision-guided smart bombs of type GBU 39 from the US, "which will increase Israel's capability to strike its targets," the London-based daily AL QUDS AL ARABI reported Wednesday.
Keeter argues that North Vietnam would never have conceded defeat under an onslaught of modern smart bombs.