general-purpose bomb


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general-purpose bomb

[¦jen·rəl ¦pər·pəs ′bäm]
(ordnance)
An item designed to be dropped from an aircraft to destroy or reduce the utility of a target by explosive effect.
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The kit is normally attached to a general-purpose bomb to form an LGB.
The B-1 does not have a nuclear capability, but it does have three internal weapons bays that can accommodate up to 84 Mk-82 general-purpose bombs or Mk-62 naval mines, 30 CBU cluster munitions or CBU-97 Sensor Fuzed Weapons and up to 24 GBU-31 Joint Direct Attack Munition Global Positioning System-guided bombs or Mk-84 general-purpose bombs.
With Skyraiders acting as target coordinators, a dozen Corsairs and five Skyraiders attacked the Inchon beach with 500- and 1,000-pound general-purpose bombs, 5" high-velocity aircraft rockets (HVAR) and 3.
Training ordnance for the Navy includes a variety of live and practice non-guided general-purpose bombs, live and practice precision guided ordnance, cartridges, missiles, chaff and flares.
general-purpose bombs, incendiary and Rockeye II duster bombs, Maverick missiles and laser-guided/electro-optically guided bombs, infrared countermeasure flares, electronic countermeasure chaff and jammer pods.
MK-62 and MK-63 mines are converted, general-purpose bombs All were approved for service use in the early 1980s.
general-purpose bombs, incendiary and Rockeye II cluster bombs, Maverick missiles and laser-guided/electro-optically guided bombs, infrared countermeasure flares; electronic countermeasure chaft.
Laser-guided bomb kits were developed to enhance the terminal accuracy of air-launched, general-purpose bombs and entered the fleet's inventory in 1968.
general-purpose bombs, incendiary and Rockeyc II cluster bombs, Maverick missiles and laser-guided/electro-optically guided bombs, infrared countermeasure flares, electronic countermeasure chaff and jammer pods.

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