KUALA LUMPUR—The Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) introduced two types of Russian general-purpose bombs into service with its Sukhoi Su-30MKM Flanker fighters following a recent live fire exercise. The unguided FAB 500 and OFAB 250 general-purpose high-explosive fragmentation bombs were dropped by the Flankers during the air-to-ground phase of a three-week live firing exercise that began on July 28. The bombs were dropped at the Kota Belud range in Sabah, the Malaysian part of ...

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