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Iraqi Soldier Pretends He's EOD with an RPG - Fails

Published Jan. 27, 2022

A member of the Iraqi Army attempts to dispose of an abandoned Islamic State SVBIED with an RPG instead of calling on EOD. Everything goes wrong in a heartbeat.


Normally, when you find an SVBIED, the best course of action is to call an experienced EOD technician to the scene so that the weapon can be safely disposed of. The EOD technician will waltz right up to the vehicle, determine if the device can be disarmed safely, or if the device needs to be disposed of. If the device needs to be disposed of, the EOD technician has the knowledge and experience to properly rig the device to be safely detonated without causing serious damage to themselves, or the people holding security around them while they work.


In this instance however, we see an inexperienced Iraqi Soldier making the decision to just dispose of the SVBIED without any input from an EOD technician. How does he decide to get rid of the SVBIED? He stands about 100 feet away from it and shoots it with an RPG. It works about how you would expect.


josh brooks

Published Jan. 27, 2022

A member of the Iraqi Army attempts to dispose of an abandoned Islamic State SVBIED with an RPG instead of calling on EOD. Everything goes wrong in a heartbeat.


Normally, when you find an SVBIED, the best course of action is to call an experienced EOD technician to the scene so that the weapon can be safely disposed of. The EOD technician will waltz right up to the vehicle, determine if the device can be disarmed safely, or if the device needs to be disposed of. If the device needs to be disposed of, the EOD technician has the knowledge and experience to properly rig the device to be safely detonated without causing serious damage to themselves, or the people holding security around them while they work.


In this instance however, we see an inexperienced Iraqi Soldier making the decision to just dispose of the SVBIED without any input from an EOD technician. How does he decide to get rid of the SVBIED? He stands about 100 feet away from it and shoots it with an RPG. It works about how you would expect.


josh brooks

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