Improvised Explosive Devices reinforce Afghanistan’s community and security force defense

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Written by U.S. Army Sgt. Tracy J. Smith 48th Infantry Brigade Combat Team Public Affairs Sunday, 10 January 2010 13:30

 

NANGARHAR PROVINCE, Afghanistan – U.S. Army Sgt. Benjamin D. Parker, an explosive ordnance disposal team leader from Cincinnati, Ohio, and Spc. Chase Donnelly, a robotics operator from Minnesota, prepare their robot to inspect a suspected improvised explosive device in eastern Afghanistan’s Nangarhar province. The team successfully detonated the IED in place. (Photo by U.S. Army Sgt. Tracy J. Smith, 48th Brigade Public Affairs)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NANGARHAR PROVINCE, Afghanistan – An improvised explosive device is detonated in place by the 764th Explosive Ordnance Team, Task Force Mountain Warrior. The device was discovered by a construction crew working on a road in the Dih Bala District of eastern Afghanistan’s Nangarhar province. (Photo by U.S. Army Sgt. Tracy J. Smith, 48th Infantry Brigade Combat Team Public Affairs) NANGARHAR PROVINCE, Afghanistan – Spc. Christopher Reece, a National Guardsman from Kennesaw, Ga., with the 1st Squadron, 108th Cavalry Regiment, Task Force Warrior, keeps a trained eye on the mountain ranges as Coalition and Afghan security teams investigate an improvised explosive device found by a village citizen near a Dih Bala district police center in eastern Afghanistan’s Nangarhar province, Dec. 27. The blended Afghan-Coalition security teams successfully disarmed the device. (Photo by U.S. Army Sgt. Tracy J. Smith, 48th Infantry Brigade Combat Team Public Affairs)

Last Updated on Sunday, 10 January 2010 13:38