11-13-2002 The widely-used Lockheed Martin GBU-28 5,000 lb. ‘bunker-buster’ bomb with a BLU-109 penetrator head carried only by the Air Force’s F-15E’s and B-2s, contains 1.5 metric tons of depleted uranium, compared to only five kilograms in the 120 mm shell. According to the GBU-28 Bunker Buster animation on USA Todaythe warhead is “classified”.6…
An “improved” version of this bomb – the GBU-37B, made by Northrop Grumman – with a BLU-113 warhead also contains DU. Another bunker-penetrating munition dropped on caves and tunnels in Afghanistan is the AGM-130 – widely used in the Tora Bora campaign – which is a 2,900 pound, rocket-propelled bomb fired by helicopters and F-15E’s up to 40 miles away from its target.8
autumn 2002 So-called bunker busters, which are known as GBU 28s and GBU 37s, weigh about 1.5 tons and between 50 and 70% of the warhead weight has to be this high-density metal, says Britisher Dai Williams. http://www.nukewatchinfo.org/du/20023dudamage.html
3-26-2012 “Nine days after the start of the American president’s 2003 ‘shock and awe’ uranium bombing campaign in Baghdad, an invisible radioactive uranium oxide gas cloud swept through Britain’s towns and countryside and throughout Europe.” Scientists like Dr. Chris Busby and Saoirse Morgan, shocked Europe in a Sunday Times of London article on Feb. 19, 2006 that Aldermaston radiation monitoring centre which Dr. Busby oversaw, had shown high level of radiation. By tracking airflow pattern from West Asia to Europe during the time period, they came to a conclusion that the radiation level was high from the bombing raids over Iraq. 
Bob Nichols says, “The deadly uranium oxide gas measured about 48,000 radioactive particles per square meter. The average radioactive dose, according to official government index based calculations, was about 23 million radioactive particles for the average adult male in Britain and Europe.” That is sufficient dosing to turn the entire population sterile.  Just one nice and juicy ‘government defined depleted uranium’ is lethal enough.
In so far as India, South Asia, and the Himalayas are concerned, the airflow patterns from West Asia are regularly reported in major national dailies. What they don’t report is that these air currents carry depleted uranium particles at low, medium, and high altitude, from West Asia, North Africa, Afghanistan and Pakistan across India, the Himalayas into China. http://www.globalresearch.ca/depleted-uranium-contamination-a-crime-against-humanity/29974