Images: C-IED teams locate roadside bombs using metal detectors on steroids [Image 2 of 6]
Pfc. Nikko Williams, 3rd Platoon, Battle Company, 5th Battalion 20th Infantry Regiment, Task Force 1st Squadron 14th Cavalry Regiment, uses a Minehound to search for weapons caches in an orchard outside the village of Sowkray Tangay, Afghanistan, May 7, 2012. The Minehound is a handheld detector that uses ground penetrating radar and metal detection technology which gives it the ability to detect deep buried, low metallic threats such as mines and caches.
This work, C-IED teams locate roadside bombs using metal detectors on steroids [Image 2 of 6], by SSG Christopher McCullough, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.
Date Posted:07.05.2012 09:48
Location:FORWARD OPERATING BASE SWEENEY, AF