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“The United States has flown about 370 attack missions, and its allied partners have flown a similar number, but the Americans have dropped 455 precision-guided munitions compared with 147 from other coalition members.”
“After a fortnight of the NATO campaign, Europeans ran low on precision-guided bombs.”
“In addition, U.S. aircraft had dropped 455 precision-guided bombs.”
“They are also essential used in the radar systems and lasers required in weapons such as America's advanced arsenal of 'smart bombs' and other precision-guided explosives.”
“Both can loiter for long periods so operators have more time to vet their targets for strikes using precision-guided munitions.”
“It promoted stealth aircraft, precision-guided missiles fired from standoff weapons, smaller satellites and other technologies that have done so much to improve America's ability to project force while doing less collateral damage to noncombatants.”
“They are not precision-guided machines, well-oiled and performing the same way every time.”
“Then, on July 21, the Bush administration announced it was rushing a delivery of precision-guided bombs to Israel.”
“The new and upgraded fighters would be Saudi Arabia's "most capable and versatile aircraft" and could carry a range of precision-guided weapons and air-to-air missiles, said James Miller, U.S. principal deputy undersecretary of defense for policy.”
“Massive ordnance penetrators; lesser but precision-guided penetrators "drilling" one after another; fuel-air detonations with almost the force of nuclear weapons; high-power microwave attack; the destruction of laboratories, unhardened targets, and the Iranian electrical grid; and other means, can be combined to great effect.”
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