Skip to comments.Being EOD (Year in the life of an EOD Tech)
Posted on 02/04/2012 8:12:44 AM PST by jdfromny
This is the outlet and sharing medium of an Army lieutenant deployed to Afghanistan for a year. The opinions contained within belong to the author alone and in no way reflect the viewpoints of the United States Army, the EOD community, or her fellow Soldiers.
Please thank her for her service!
"U Suck in the EOD suck division in the country of THEE SUCK,' signed "cap'n big load scaredy pants!"
Okay yeah I passed the course but these days what your daughter does, well hey I must thank her, pray for her and am d*mned impressed, God bless her. Man that is nervy stressfulll work. I HATED it! In the early to mid eighties cold war and black ops there were no cell phones like this but bimbers are generally the most deviously imaginative in ways to take a leg, and arm a head or a whole unit gone. Okay enough from me but I would like to send this to a friend who was our EOD specialist in the unit that always said it took balls to do what he does....heh, your daughter is truly going to flush this mans pride a little.
Looking forward to all 366 installments...
The picture from the hill gives a whole new meaning to the term hostile territory. Each one of of those adobe walled compounds is like a fort and the are hundreds of them in that valley.
Funny stuff. Thanks for taking a look. She’s a piece of work and we love ‘er! lol
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