Military drops more daisy cutter bombs in Afghanistan

The U.S. military dropped two more daisy cutter bombs in Afghanistan last week, according to Pentagon officials. Originally designed to clear helicopter landing areas in Vietnam, the daisy cutter bombs, also known as Commando Vault, are 15,000 pound, unguided "dumb" bombs fitted with four-foot daisy...

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