Guided, Gliding And Ready To Fly

High above enemy territory, the doors on the underside of a fighter jet swing open, and out drops a winged weapon into the black, cloudy night. Steadily, it glides toward a rumbling enemy convoy, with a haze of dust and smoke hanging thick in the air. The pilot can’t see the target. But the bomb can...

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