BDA

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BDABattle Damage Assessment
BDABritish Dental Association
BDABlu-ray Disc Association
BDABundesvereinigung der Deutschen Arbeitgeberverbände (German: Confederation of German Employers' Associations)
BDABig Data Analytics (software)
BDABund Deutscher Architekten
BDABundesdenkmalamt Österreich (Austrian Federal Office for the Care of Monuments)
BDABritish Dyslexia Association
BDABritish Dietetic Association
BDABorland Database
BDABluray Disc Association
BDABritish Deaf Association
BDABroadcast Driver Architecture
BDABedienungsanleitung (German: User Manual)
BDABomb Damage Assessment
BDABangalore Development Authority
BDABroadcast Driver Architecture (Microsoft Windows technology that enables tuner drivers for digital reception)
BDABrick Development Association (UK)
BDABi-Directional Amplifier
BDABiotin Dextran Amine
BDABureau des Arts (French: Arts Bureau)
BDABIOS Data Area
BDABritish Diabetic Association
BDABusiness for Diplomatic Action
BDABusiness Development Associate
BDABiological Data Analysis
BDABiblioteca Digital Andina (Digital Library of the Andean Community website)
BDABlonde d'Aquitaine (cattle breed)
BDABusiness Debtors Anonymous (self-help group)
BDABroadcast Designers Association
BDABrocade Distinguished Architect
BDABallet des Amériques (French: Ballet of the Americas)
BDABouffée Délirante Aiguë (French: Acute Delirium)
BDABachelor of Development Administration
BDABusiness Development Agency
BDABruce Dunlop & Associates (design agency; UK)
BDABensussen Deutsch Associates (German: Bensussen German Associates)
BDABuilding Design Advisor
BDABlack Deaf Advocates
BDABill Duffy Associates (sports management)
BDABulgarian Drug Agency
BDABoulevard des Airs (French band)
BDABlogueurs des Alpes (French: Alps Bloggers)
BDABrachydactyly
BDABelt Driven A Series (motorsport)
BDABoston Daily Advertiser (Boston, MA)
BDABattlefield Damage Assessment (less common)
BDABrowning Double Action (semi-automatic pistol)
BDABefore, During, After Operation Checks (US DoD)
BDABruce Davis Associates (design consultancy; UK)
BDABoulder Digital Arts (Boulder, CO)
BDABermuda/Hamilton, Bermuda - Kindley Airfield/Civil Air Terminal (Airport Code)
BDABritish Deming Association
BDABackup Drive Amplifier
BDABattle Dress Attire (Philippines)
BDABlack Dragon Army (World of Warcraft)
BDABig Dumb Alien
BDABeclomethasone Dipropionate Aerosol (aerosol treatment for chronic asthma)
BDABig Dumb Agency
BDABig Dumb Animal
BDABritish Decorators Association
BDABeth Din of America
BDABibliothèque Départementale de l'Aude (French: Aude County Library; Aude, France)
BDABlog des Avignonnais (French: Blog of Avignon; Avignon, France)
BDABlast Danger Area
BDABase de Données Avancées (French: Advanced Database)
BDABoom Drogue Adapter (aerial refueling)
BDABank Draft Authorization
BDABachelor of Dramatic Art
BDABermuda Tracking Station (NASA STDN)
BDABalanced Degree Allocation
BDABenzophenone Dicarboxylic Acid
BDABelgian Driving Association
BDABarbados Draughts Association
BDABeneficiary Designation Account (inherited IRA account)
BDABusiness Domain Architecture
BDABerufsverband Deutscher Anästhesisten eV
BDABroadband Distribution Amplifier
BDABrigade Design Analysis
BDABlatant Display of Affection
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Unless the claims represent such a substantial threat that the coalition is likely to collapse, the government will not provide specific information to rebut any such claims and thus provide substantial bomb damage assessment to the enemy.
In turn, IO should improve our EW "bomb damage assessment" by providing the data we need to assess our effectiveness and refine capabilities.
In related news, a US Air Force contract is calling for Northrop Grumman to demonstrate the munition-deployed bomb damage assessment (MDBDA) system, which is designed to provide battlefield commanders with real-time information from strikes against a variety of targets at a relatively low cost.
This was a most satisfying "bomb damage assessment" for the air targeters--the signal that the Rasheed Street and Mahmoon telephone exchanges had been destroyed by Stealth fighters.
Bomb Damage Assessment (BDA) included five 37mm guns silenced and two damaged, four 23mm guns silenced, 13 trucks destroyed and 12 roads cut.
However, while the Indian military in a briefing said they were still waiting for the bomb damage assessment details, most of their media went to town, claiming a death toll 'at the camp' of several hundreds.
BDA initially stood for "bomb damage assessment." The recent terminology change reflects the recognition that means other than bombs can exert military effects on targets.
"The pilots reported that all bomb deliveries seen were very accurate but the bomb damage assessment will not be available for some time."
In Saigon, generals smiled with one openly gloating over bomb damage assessment photographs of the North.
By analyzing British bomb damage assessment (BDA) at the end of the war, she demonstrates that Trenchard heavily influenced BDA to justify his conduct of the war.
She doesn't gloss over the mistakes and shortfalls in such things as the availability and dissemination of imagery and the effectiveness of bomb damage assessment. There were growing pains, and some things actually got worse as bureaucracy reasserted itself.