EOD Soldiers clear more than 1,000 rounds from U.S. Air Force training range


FORT LEONARD WOOD, Missouri – U.S. Army Explosive Ordnance Disposal Soldiers cleared the way for U.S. Air Force ground attack training by removing more than 1,000 ordnance items from Canon Range on Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri.

To support A-10 Thunderbolt attack aircraft bombing and strafing training, EOD Soldiers from the Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri-based 763rd Ordnance Company (EOD) managed an ordnance clearance project across more than 100 acres on the Air Force range.

It was the first range clearance operation the 763rd EOD Company has conducted since 2009.

EOD Soldiers clear more than 1,000 rounds from U.S. Air Force training range
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