We can see the submunition clearly here
This is a PTAB 2.5KO cluster bomblet, a clearer example of which can be see here
Unlike the cluster bomblets we've seen before the PTAB 2.5KO bomblets dispersed using KMGU/KMGU-2 containers mounted on the wings of jets, including jets in service with the Syrian Air Force. The bomblets are loaded into BFK blocks (seen here), which are loaded inside the KMGU/KMGU-2 containers, and are released in sequence at different selectable rates of fire.
The bomblets in the video appear to have been manufactured in 1983, according to the markings on the bomblet, and would be of Soviet origin. Why these bomblets are being used at this point of the conflict is unclear, but this is now the sixth type used, and the 3rd delivery method used in the conflict so far.
Thanks to Nic Jenzen-Jones for help with this post.
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