conventional bomb

conventional bomb

[kən′ven·chən·əl ′bäm]
(ordnance)
A nonatomic bomb designed primarily for explosive effect.
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The United States has been conducting illegal drone, air, and cruise missile strikes in many Muslim countries for many years now, and it has even used the GBU-43/B Massive Ordnance Air Blast (the largest conventional bomb in the US arsenal) in Afghanistan.
The Grand Slam, considered to be the ultimate conventional bomb to be used during the conflict, was so heavy that the bomb and the Lancaster itself weighed roughly the same.
advisors, examining the evidence that they provided, and concluded that the so-called chemical attack committed by the Syrian Air Force was really a non-chemical attack upon Khan Sheikhoun, targeting high-ranking jihadist leaders and using a 500-pound conventional bomb provided by the Russians.
It was the largest conventional bomb ever used by US military in combat.
It was the first time the United States has used this size of conventional bomb in a conflict.
A conventional bomb or some sort of chemical or dirty bomb in a crowded place like a football stadium would be their ultimate prize.
It may not be an actual atom bomb -- which would call for multimillion dollar investment, expertise and time, "only" a "dirty bomb" (essentially a conventional bomb mixed with radioactive material).
com/does-isis-have-nuclear-weapon-islamic-state-supporter-claims-militants-have-dirty-1731890) dirty bomb does not use nuclear material in a conventional bomb format that can contaminate the area.
After several passes of conventional bomb deliveries, I began to feel more comfortable diving towards the ground and validating my night sight picture using my night vision goggles.
Such missiles are far too expensive to use to deliver a conventional bomb, weapons experts uniformly say.
This is about nuclear waste, but what about the nuclear plant itself when a conventional bomb can blow up the reactor rods of the plant?
On March 16, 2012, Michel Chossudovsky and Finian Cunningham published an article revealing that "A top US Air Force General has described the largest conventional bomb - the re-invented bunkers of 13.

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