EOD SUPPORT IN OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENT
In areas where military or small military conflicts occur or have occurred, there is a wide variety of standardized or improvised explosive mechanisms, which are still unexploded. Explosive mechanisms threaten both the forces and means that contribute to the accomplishment of the missions, freedom of movement / action, causing personal and fighting vehicles losses and making it difficult to use the logistical support means, but not in the end also affects civil society.
Keywords: EOD; operational environment; neutralise; IED; UXO.
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