The 761st Explosive Ordnance Disposal Company on Fort Sill takes care of any explosive hazard like grenades, bombs, or IED’s and renders them safe. In this A Day in the Life segment, 7 News anchor Makenzie Burk learned what it takes to be one the Army’s finest tactical and technical explosives experts.
It takes a years worth of schooling to become an EOD specialist Soldier. And then afterwards, there’s still more training.
“It may be just running mock up problems, or we may have demo ranges set up, practicing various techniques on how to dispose of either ordnance or IED’s,” said team member James Davis.
Source: ABC7 News