Definition of GP bomb
1. Noun. A large bomb (500 to 2,000 pounds that is 50% explosive) whose explosion creates a blast and whose metal casing creates some fragmentation effect.
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GP bomb (current term)
Literary usage of GP bomb
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1. Case Studies in the Development of Close Air Support by B. Franklin Cooling (1990)
"... purpose (GP) bomb. Most plentiful type in stock, on some airfields it may have been the only type available. Useful against a variety of targets, ..."