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Norwegian EOD Tech Disarms Pressure Plate IED [Helmet Cam]

Published May 24, 2021

The helmet mounted camera perspective of a Norwegian EOD technician as he disables and destroys a pressure plate IED in Afghanistan.


Explosive Ordinance Disposal, also known as EOD, is one of the most dangerous and controlled jobs in all of the world's militaries. The wars in both Afghanistan and Iraq increased the need for strong-minded individuals in this field of work, as the Improvised Explosive Device became one of the most popular insurgent weapon systems throughout both conflicts.


If you've ever wondered what disabling an IED looked like from the perspective of the guys who made you sit in a cordon for twelve hours, this is your chance to see it. Keep in mind, this was probably that specific EOD technicians fifth or sixth device of the day, and also probably not the last one he was going to deal with before going back to base and getting some food in his system.


My hat goes off to all of the EOD technicians out there. Thank you for everything you did for us ground-pounders.

Published May 24, 2021

The helmet mounted camera perspective of a Norwegian EOD technician as he disables and destroys a pressure plate IED in Afghanistan.


Explosive Ordinance Disposal, also known as EOD, is one of the most dangerous and controlled jobs in all of the world's militaries. The wars in both Afghanistan and Iraq increased the need for strong-minded individuals in this field of work, as the Improvised Explosive Device became one of the most popular insurgent weapon systems throughout both conflicts.


If you've ever wondered what disabling an IED looked like from the perspective of the guys who made you sit in a cordon for twelve hours, this is your chance to see it. Keep in mind, this was probably that specific EOD technicians fifth or sixth device of the day, and also probably not the last one he was going to deal with before going back to base and getting some food in his system.


My hat goes off to all of the EOD technicians out there. Thank you for everything you did for us ground-pounders.

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