A US airforce practice bomb has been dropped on the Yorkshire countryside. A spokesman for the United States airforce (USAF) said the training bomb landed in an area near Holme on Spalding Moor - six miles south west of Market Weighton in East Yorkshire. The BDU-33 bomb, which weighs 25-pound and produces smoke on impact, caused an 18-inch crater in an asphalt track which is part of an old airfield now owned by Allied Grains. The accident happened at about 1715 GMT on 8 January. The device was dropped from an RAF Lakenheath F-15 fighter jet. Full story at http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/suffolk/3389957.stm More info about the munition at http://www.adi-limited.com/2-01-050-010-011.html You would think the blighters have had enough of bombing their own soldiers, our soldiers and pretty much everyone else. Dropping munitions on British Soil on the other hand.... say no more.