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Marine EOD Team Detonates Failed SVBIED

Published Jan. 18, 2022

Marines in Karma, Iraq detonate a suicide bomber's vehicle after the SVBIED attack failed. This video was recorded in 2009 by the EOD team's security detail.


Judging from the size of the explosion in this video, the Marines who initially encountered this SVBIED got incredibly lucky that the vehicle's explosives didn't detonate when they first made contact. According to the guy who originally posted this video, the vehicle struck a convoy of U.S. Marines, but the explosives didn't detonate. The driver of the vehicle then attempted to make an escape, but the vehicle was stuck in the middle of the road and a quick pursuit ended in the capture of the driver.


EOD was called to the scene. After confirming the explosives in the vehicle with their robot, they rigged the vehicle for a controlled detonation, and deployed the charge using the same robot they confirmed the explosives with. This video was recorded by the EOD team's security detail.


josh brooks

Published Jan. 18, 2022

Marines in Karma, Iraq detonate a suicide bomber's vehicle after the SVBIED attack failed. This video was recorded in 2009 by the EOD team's security detail.


Judging from the size of the explosion in this video, the Marines who initially encountered this SVBIED got incredibly lucky that the vehicle's explosives didn't detonate when they first made contact. According to the guy who originally posted this video, the vehicle struck a convoy of U.S. Marines, but the explosives didn't detonate. The driver of the vehicle then attempted to make an escape, but the vehicle was stuck in the middle of the road and a quick pursuit ended in the capture of the driver.


EOD was called to the scene. After confirming the explosives in the vehicle with their robot, they rigged the vehicle for a controlled detonation, and deployed the charge using the same robot they confirmed the explosives with. This video was recorded by the EOD team's security detail.


josh brooks

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