Support personnel and explosive ordnance disposal technicians with 2nd Explosive Ordnance Disposal Company, 9th Engineer Support Battalion, 1st Marine Logistics Group (Forward) work together to construct a realistic Afghan compound that will be used for training on the EOD compound on Camp Leatherneck, Afghanistan. In addition to the mock Afghan compounds, the support personnel have built a 63,000 square foot IED training lane, a classroom to facilitate counter IED classes, and even an outdoor museum, which shows the different types of unexploded ordnance and IEDs that have been found throughout Afghanistan.
|Date Posted:||04.03.2012 01:36|
|Location:||CAMP LEATHERNECK, AF|
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