This is coolbert:
The Indian Air Force has such occurrences. The U.S. Air force has such occurrences. BASH. Bird Accident Strike Hazard!
From the Aviationist:
"An A-10 Accidentally Lost Three Practice Bombs After Bird Strike in Florida."
"Accident Happened Over Controlled Range, Practice Bombs Remain Missing."
SOUNDS DIRE! THESE ARE PRACTICE BOMBS HOWEVER AND CONTAIN NO EXPLOSIVE MATERIAL. NO "BANG STUFF".
"A U.S. Air Force A-10 Thunderbolt II was involved in a bird strike incident that resulted in the loss of three practice bombs over a restricted bombing range in northern Florida on Monday. There were no injuries reported."
Regarding those missing bombs [BDU-33]:
"BDU-33 is a standard 25-pound practice bomb used by both the USAF and the U.S Navy . . . The BDU-33 does not carry a destructive explosive warhead, but a small spotting charge that releases smoke when the bomb strikes a target as an aid in judging bombing accuracy in training."
Unless you are directly under the bomb and it hits you on the head, nothing to worry about then.