bombing height

In air operations, the height above ground level at which the aircraft is flying at the moment of ordnance release. Bombing heights are classified as follows: very low, below 100 ft; low, from 100 up to 2000 ft; medium, from 2000 up to 10,000 ft; high, from 10,000 up to 50,000 ft; and very high, 50,000 ft and above.

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