Title: Battle Damage Assessment over Al Shayrat Airbase
Description: Bomb Damage Assessment (BDA), also known as Battle Damage Assessment, is the practice of assessing damage inflicted on a target from a stand-off weapon, most typically a bomb or air launched missile. It is part of the larger discipline of combat assessment. Photographic reconnaissance was used extensively in World War II. From the 1970s onwards satellites became available.
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