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Members of the 366th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordinance disposal arrive at the scene of a simulated explosion August 24, 2017, at Orchard training area, Idaho. In the event that EOD is first on scene they must have the ability to tend to victims of a blast. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Jeremy D. Wolff/Released) EOD: More than explosions
Explosive ordnance disposal technicians deal with things that go boom, a lot. But what happens when they show up and an explosion has already occurred, and people are injured? EOD technicians from Mountain Home Air Force base honed their medical care skills August 24 at the Idaho Army National Guard’s “Orchard training area”.
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