EOD (Radio)

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  • US Army

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  • Radio Package
  • Produced By: SGT Richard Fink
  • Date: 16 March 2009
  • Location: Khost, Afghanistan
  • Run Time: 1:39
  • Units Covered: 716th EOD Co.; 1431st Engineer Co.
  • Lead: One soldiers nightmare is another soldiers dream come true. SSG Richard Culp tells how he and his Explosive Ordnance Disposal, or EOD, team stay enthusiastic about looking for and finding Improvised Explosive Devises.

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  • Radio Package, 1 minute 39 seconds

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  • Panasonic Video Camera
  • Avid Editing Software

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