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Afghan troops south of Kabul last week discovered one of the most elaborate and frightening improvised explosive device (IED) traps that American troops have ever heard of or come across. On the morning of Oct. 18, an Afghan National Army patrol
OLD Commando from South Australia has become the nation's 39th fallen warrior from the war in Afghanistan. Afghan security forces when he was killed instantly by an insurgent bomb.The patrol was clearing a mud-walled compound known locally as a qala.
Taliban on Sunday said they only attacked military targets with remote-controlled explosive devices...Islamic Emirates about the definition of civilians, use of IEDs and casualties to civilians, repeatedly publishes one-sided pro-Americans and pro-
Generally, notifications of such press conferences indicate a soldier has died or has been seriously wounded.
The Taliban dismissed on Sunday a UN report that roadside bombs are causing most civilian casualties in Afghan istan as "Western propaganda."...On Saturday, the UN mission in Afghan istan urged the insurgents to end the use of roadside bombs, also
Director Lt Gen Michael Barbero announced that the US has agreed to develop a framework of cooperation with the Pakistani military. Speaking at an event at the Atlantic Council, Gen Barbero said that after Afghanistan, Pakistan has witnessed the most
Twin blasts were reported in the suburban areas of Peshawar Saturday morning yielding no casualties. According to police, the remote-controlled improvised explosives devices (IED) fixed at two different locations along Frontier Road in Bara Shekhan
Billions of taxpayer dollars are vanishing in Iraq as the government fails to properly monitor its spending. The U.S. has wasted an estimated $6 to $8 billion in its reconstruction effort in Iraq, largely due to poor reviews of contractor invoices.
Navy has selected Engility Holdings Inc. to provide information technology and assurance personnel and services for explosive ordnance disposal. The personnel and services will specifically assist the Naval Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technology
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