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Explosive ordnance disposal company helps with range cleanup at Southern Accord 2012

Explosive ordnance disposal technician Staff Sgt. James Scott of the 430th EOD Company out of Washington, N.C., provides support during the detonation of unexploded ordnance at the Shoshong Range in Botswana, Aug. 7, during Southern Accord 2012. Scott participated in a mission to clear unexploded ordnance from the range, enabling U.S. and BDF forces to train together during a multi-day field training exercise. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Adam Fischman, 139th MPAD)



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This work, Explosive ordnance disposal company helps with range cleanup at Southern Accord 2012 [Image 2 of 6], by SSG Adam Fischman, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:08.07.2012

Date Posted:08.15.2012 03:37

Photo ID:645625

VIRIN:120807-Z-KC506-098

Resolution:1500x2250

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Location:BW

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