Up to their usual standard I see. The Canadians were in a designated live training area. F16 jockey thinks he is under attack and requests permission to drop bombs. He is given the go ahead to "illuminate" the target but he goes ahead and drop one or two 500lb bombs anyway. A couple of interesting points: 1) No one is sure at the moment how many bombs were dropped, either they are on the pylon when he came home or not. 2) Why did he think he was under attack from infantry? Either the Canadians were spraying the sky, unlikely, or he saw distant tracer and went into gung ho mode. I suppose he'll get a bollocking for hitting the Canadians and a medal for his bombing accuracy. The Booties better think long and hard before they call in air "support".