blind bombing

blind bombing

[¦blīnd ′bäm·iŋ]
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The intense, blind bombing by the Indians failed to damage its target of Sardha base.
"Blind bombing by foreign troops killed these people", said Muhammad Hashem Watanwal, a member of parliament from Uruzgan.
He also states that the OBOE blind bombing system (used radio signals to triangulate position) allowed for "incredibly accurate bombing." Feast fails to qualify "incredible" accuracy.
Blind bombing was also possible, but this technique was more suitable for nuclear than for conventional weapons delivery, It was based on the "Loran-like" Soviet RSDN radio navigation network and onboard INS.
Sion then covers bomber formations and fighter tactics before launching into blind bombing with radars and pathfinders.