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EOD HISTORY
EOD QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS
EOD RECLASSING INSTRUCTIONS
EOD ASSIGNMENT LOCATIONS
EOD CONTACT INFORMATION
CIVILIAN OPPORTUNITIES
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Are you ready to join a professional team of soldiers?
 
Do you want increased responsibilities?
 
Are you ready to give your military career a jumpstart?
 
Then EOD is the answer
you have been looking for!!

 

EOD MISSION

Our teams are responsible for the identification, render safe, and disposal of hazardous unexploded conventional munitions, chemical munitions, and improvised explosive devices. We also support the United States Secret Service and the State Department as part of protection details for the President of the United States, the Vice President, and dignitaries from foreign countries. We provide EOD support to civil authorities for incidents involving military unexploded ordnance, improvised explosive devices, weapons of mass destruction, transportation accidents involving DOD owned or DOD contractor owned munitions, or hazardous explosive items beyond the capability of the requesting civil authorities. Additionally, we present classes on ordnance recognition, bomb search, bomb threat and reporting procedures to military, civilian, and federal authorities. Lastly, we are capable of rapidly deploying as part of a Weapon of Mass Destruction Task Force to defeat weapons of mass destruction directed against the United States and its interests. You’ll be a part of a dynamic team, known as the “Army Bomb Squad”, with a real world mission and world wide operations area. You’ll be in a tight-knit unit with soldiers of the highest mental, moral, and technical abilities who are inventive and self reliant under even the most adverse conditions.

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