What does BDA mean in Military?

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Battle Damage Assessment

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What does BDA mean?

battle damage assessment
The estimate of damage resulting from the application of lethal or nonlethal military force. Battle damage assessment is composed of physical damage assessment, functional damage assessment, and target system assessment. Also called BDA. See also combat assessment.

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