October 26th, 2011
Episode 77 of 301 episodes
Package about coalition forces, mentors and instructors teaching Afghan National Security Forces how to counter the improvised explosive device. Students attending the Explosive Hazard Reduction Course at Joint Sustainment Academy, Camp Leatherneck, learn how to place explosives on IEDs and blow them up during an exercise held at Camp Bastion's training range, Helmand province, Afghanistan. Produced by Petty Officer 1st Class Gino Flores. Includes soundbites from Master Chief Scott Trieble, from Aiea, Hawaii, Navy explosives ordnance disposal expert, Counter Improvised Explosives Devices Task Force. Also available in high definition.
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