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Number: 102/383
Name: Ammunition and explosives > Drop bombs > With laterally directed barrels
Description: Subject matter including tubes arranged generally transversely to the axis of the bomb and from which missiles are projected after a predetermined period or upon impact of the bomb with its objective.










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