EOD#3 Grenade Launcher 40/80mm HEAT PG 2 USSR x 1 Safe To Move
Sen Techeas Village Morokot Commune Choam Khsant Preah Vihear
A stroll in the country on a beautiful Sunday morning.
And your little boy finds this.
We blow this stuff up.
Before it blows up your little one.
And you can help.
No one else is gonna do it…
EOD#3 Mortar 60mm HE Type 30 China x 4 Safe To Move
Chheu Tealkong Choam Khsant Choam Khsant Preah Vihear
EoD#2 Hand grenade 58mm RGD5 (USSR) × 1 Hand grenade 48mm Model 82-2 (China) Artillery 76mm APC – HE-T BR-350 (USSR) × 1 Launcher 80mm B-40 (China)×1
មានប្រសិទ្ធភាព ភូមិពង្រមួយ ពង្រក្រោម ជីក្រែង សៀមរាប Effective Pagoda, Phareung Krom, Siem Reap
EOD#3 MRE in The Nhang Sum Village Thmor Keov Seim Pang Steung Treang
Team 1 received an urgent request to check on some UXO which had been uncovered while workers were digging in a field. It turned out that as the truck was dumping its load, they discovered that UXO was in the load of dirt!
The EOD Teams of CSHD (Explosive Ordnance Demolish – Cambodia Self Help Demining) are like the EMT (Emergency Medical Technicians AKA Ambulance Crews) of the United States. When an accident occurs the EMT group travels out immediately to manage the incident and make lives safe. For the EOD Teams the call comes in and they also make an immediate response.
I asked my question about the steps for a UXO from being found through its disposal to Mr. Chhun Bora, the Training Officer and EOD Supervisor. He has been with CSHD for 4 years.
This is his answer:
When a villager had found something they think is an explosives then they mark by normal sign and report to Chief of Village or police post/station. After that Police will call request to CSHD office or EOD team. The EOD team when receives the information does not delay and must make an Emergency response.