In addition, bomb damage assessment could be challenging.
What does BDA stand for?
BDA stands for Bomb Damage Assessment
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- Black Deaf Advocates
- Black Dragon Army (World of Warcraft)
- Blast Danger Area
- Blatant Display of Affection
- Blog des Avignonnais (French: Blog of Avignon; Avignon, France)
- Blogueurs des Alpes (French: Alps Bloggers)
- Blonde d'Aquitaine (cattle breed)
- Blu-ray Disc Association
- Boom Drogue Adapter (aerial refueling)
- Boston Daily Advertiser (Boston, MA)
- Bouffée Délirante Aiguë (French: Acute Delirium)
- Boulder Digital Arts (Boulder, CO)
- Boulevard des Airs (French band)
- Brick Development Association (UK)
- Brigade Design Analysis
- British Deaf Association
- British Decorators Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
The 3d also routinely returned with invaluable bomb damage assessments.
Further action would depend on a bomb damage assessment.
This 461-page study showcases pioneering French efforts in the technology and tactics of bombing enemy forces from the air including the development of aerial bombs, bomb-dropping mechanisms, bombsights, intelligence-based targeting packages, formation flying, night flying and navigation, long-range fighter escorts, and aerial photography for bomb damage assessment.
Unwavering adherence to an established intelligence process, regardless of the demands of the situation, hampered bomb damage assessment and rendered intelligence support of the overall effort less than optimal.
We also talk about radically reducing the logistics demands of our deployed forces through increases in reliability, and frankly, better use of our precision capability, and a good look at bomb damage assessment and/or battle damage assessment.
We have detectable damage on 38 to 40% of the radars, and we still have some (data) coming in", said on official, discussing the Pentagon's preliminary bomb damage assessment.
The official insisted on anonymity as he discussed the Pentagon's preliminary bomb damage assessment.