Photos: Bomb's wreckage reveals the use of "Israeli" F-35 stealth fighters in latest attack on Syria

Several photos were released on social media, emerges a bomb’s wreckage that was used in the recent hostile attack in Syria and reveals using of an Israeli F-35 stealth fighters.
The photos show the wreckage of the GBU-39 Small Diameter Bomb (SDB). The GBU-39 SBD is a (110 kg) precision-guided glide bomb designed by the US to provide aircraft with the ability to carry a higher number of more accurate bombs.

The GBU-39 SBD’s max operational range is 110 km and even a bit more. This can be done by an aircraft flying on a high speed and altitude.
According to a report posted on Twitter by weapons experts, the remnants of this bomb that found in Aleppo, confirms the use of the Israeli F-35 fighter for the first time in striking Syria.

The social media pages posted photographs of the remnants of the bomb that targeted a military post near the Nayrab airport in Aleppo.

The GBU-39 bomb is armed by the Israeli F-35 stealth fighter, which is not detected by the raider, and is designed to penetrate 2 meters inside fortifications, according to military experts.
Images published on the Internet of the GBU-39 bombs test in the United States, show their ability to penetrate the fortifications as shown below.


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