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The improvised explosive device is a principal concern for U.S. and partner nation forces operating in Iraq and Afghanistan. The Department of Defense continues to polish counter-IED training to combat the threat. Today’s visit to counter-IED schoolhouses literally starts with a bang at U.S. Marine Corps Base Quantico, and then visits JKnIFE, the deployed service member’s one-stop source for all timely information about IEDs. Rick Haverinen has the story. The JIEDDO Knowledge Information Fusion Exchange, or JKnIFE, can be contacted by their classified domain Web site, at https://knife.jfcom.smil.mil or call U.S. area code 757, 203-0777.



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This work, C-IED Schoolhouse Story 5 of 5 SHORT Version 2:04, by Rick Haverinen, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:07.13.2010

Date Posted:07.13.2010

Category:B-roll

Audio ID:25040

Length:00:02:12

Filename:1007/DOD_100075786.mp3

Location:VA, US

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