A quick glance down a road in Afghanistan, Feb. 13, 2012, does not yield any easily seen improvised explosive devices which is why units like the 883rd Engineer Battalion routinely conduct route clearance. Their specially designed vehicles can detect hidden IEDs that might otherwise not be discovered, which helps ensure Afghan civilians, Afghan National Security Forces, and International Security Assistance Forces remain safe as they move from one place to another.
|Date Posted:||02.29.2012 05:31|
|Location:||FORWARD OPERATING BASE LAGMAN, AF|
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