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EOD

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A two-week regional Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) course for Russian and Tajik-Dari speaking groups facilitated by the OSCE Office in Tajikistan concluded in Dushanbe on October 24.
EOD - IEDD TEL600 Service Vehicles: The TEL600 series is a family of vehicles that deal with the demanding tasks associated with the location, identification and removal of explosive and incendiary devices, especially in the event that there is suspicion of a dirty bomb.
Nonetheless, as the war in Afghanistan continues to drawdown, the EOD force will need to adjust some of its attention from the removal of IEDs, Soviet-era unexploded ordnance, and explosive remnants of war to the demilitarization of the NATO's munitions currently stored in theater.
If we are to develop joint EOD doctrine--and we should be clear that we are talking about operational level doctrine, not tactics, techniques and procedures--we ought to consider what it should address.
Captain Castner, the commanding officer of my group--the group trickling into Balad and its respective Forward Operating Bases over the next several months--looked every bit the part of the brainy engineering geek turned EOD tech.
The targets are located in Ottawa and Pembroke, Canada and Ogdensburg, New York and include the Med-Eng brand of EOD bomb suits and remotely operated vehicles as well as customised blast attenuation seats and thermal management systems.
But the force said it had again evacuated homes on Saturday night after calling EOD specialists back to the house.
Shortly after 9am the EOD team was again dispatched to Tallaght, where a second pipe bomb was found in Raheen Close.
Captain David Harrison, of the Chester Troop EOD team, said his unit deals with about four explosives incidents in the north west every week and unexploded wartime ordnance accounted for much of their work.
"The purpose of us being here is to show support for their country and to give the understanding of IMAS operations," said Master EOD Technician 1st Class (EWS) John Richards, a class instructor.
Because of the howitzer's design and EOD procedures, the ejected round can hit and cause major damage to the howitzer's saddle area.
In an e-mail message to Sudan Tribune, it stated that the training will cover techniques during training that will run from 5th to 30th July and will enable participants to qualify for an EOD Level 3 Certificate.