CBU-98/B

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The CBU-98/B (also known as a Direct Airfield Attack Combined Munition or DAACM)[1] was a planned 385 kg (850 lb) anti-airfield cluster bomb, which consisted of 8 BLU-106/B BKEP (Boosted Kinetic Energy Penetrator) projectiles and 24 British HB876 mines in an SUU-64/B Tactical Munitions Dispenser (TMD). The BLU-106/B was cancelled, and thus the CBU-98/B, was never produced [1].

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  1. ^ "B - Bombs/Bomb Units". Archived from the original on 2008-04-17. Retrieved 2008-04-22.

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