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A surgical strike is a military attack, especially an aerial one, that is designed to destroy something specific and to avoid wider damage.
A surgical strike is a military attack, especially an aerial one, that is designed to destroy something specific and to avoid wider damage.

A surgical strike is a military attack, especially an aerial one, that is designed to destroy something specific and to avoid wider damage.

The military attack is stragically implemented and is designed for precision, minimising collateral damage to objects, buildings in the vicinity.

For example, an attack laid by 70 commandos of the Indian Army in Myanmar which killed 38 Naga mutineers and left seven other injured within 40 minutes of the operation.

The attack is in stark contrast with the ‘carpet bombing’ which levels a wider area, leading to higher collateral damage.