Philippines: Training on recognizing explosive ordnance ends with 36 graduates

Safety and security is everyone’s concern.

With several news reports of bomb threats and bombing incidents nationwide, including the confiscation of improvised explosive devices (IED) from several alleged communist members nabbed in Central Visayas, there is a serious need for a joint anti-terror effort.

And so the five-day Explosive Ordnance Recognizance (EOR) Training was held in Cebu City from Aug. 5 to 9, 2019.

Various law enforcement agencies in the region joined the activity that was initiated by the Cebu Port Authority (CPA).

The EOR training aimed to aid the region’s Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) team in countering any threat of terrorism and insurgency. Thirty-six explosive ordnance recognizance agents (Eora) graduated on Friday.

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Source:  Yahoo News