European Command’s Humanitarian Mine Action
For three weeks, Moldovan engineers and soldiers of North Carolina National Guard’s 430th Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Company conducted HMA. Training side-by-side, they shared the latest tactics, techniques and procedures in eliminating landmine hazards in order to return the land to productive economic use and development. “I’m convinced that the strong partnership we have with the Moldovans and the training conducted here will result in a more robust demining operation in the country,” stated Capt. Chad Peele, commander of the 430th.
For three weeks, Moldovan engineers and soldiers of North Carolina National Guard’s 430th Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Company conducted HMA. Training side-by-side, they shared the latest tactics, techniques and procedures in eliminating landmine hazards in order to return the land to productive economic use and development. “I’m convinced that the strong partnership we have with the Moldovans and the training conducted here will result in a more robust demining operation in the country,” stated Capt. Chad Peele, commander of the 430th.
For three weeks, Moldovan engineers and soldiers of North Carolina National Guard’s 430th Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Company conducted HMA. Training side-by-side, they shared the latest tactics, techniques and procedures in eliminating landmine hazards in order to return the land to productive economic use and development. “I’m convinced that the strong partnership we have with the Moldovans and the training conducted here will result in a more robust demining operation in the country,” stated Capt. Chad Peele, commander of the 430th.
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