Soldiers show Afghans ropes of Explosive Ordnance Disposal

By Sgt. Eric Provost (10th Mountain)February 11, 2014

A 201st Afghan National Army Corps soldier investigates a piece of unexploded ordinance in the rain while training with Explosive Ordnance Disposal Soldiers from the 663rd EOD Company Feb. 6, 2014, at Forward Operating Base Gamberi. The 201st Corps soldiers conducted the training to prepare themselves for the ANA EOD school. (U.S. Army Photo by Spc. Eric Provost, Task Force Patriot PAO)
1 / 8 Show Caption + Hide Caption – A 201st Afghan National Army Corps soldier investigates a piece of unexploded ordinance in the rain while training with Explosive Ordnance Disposal Soldiers from the 663rd EOD Company Feb. 6, 2014, at Forward Operating Base Gamberi. The 201st Corps soldiers conducted the training to prepare themselves for the ANA EOD school. (U.S. Army Photo by Spc. Eric Provost, Task Force Patriot PAO) (Photo Credit: Sgt. Eric Provost (10th Mountain)) VIEW ORIGINAL
A 201st Afghan National Army Corps soldier observes and documents features of a simulated round of unexploded Ordnance from a distance while training with American Explosive Ordinance Disposal Soldiers Feb. 6, 2014, at Forward Operating Base Gamberi. The EOD Soldiers, from the the 663rd EOD Company, were helping the Afghans prepare to go to school to become Explosive Ordnance Technicians themselves. (U.S. Army Photo by Spc. Eric Provost, Task Force Patriot PAO)
2 / 8 Show Caption + Hide Caption – A 201st Afghan National Army Corps soldier observes and documents features of a simulated round of unexploded Ordnance from a distance while training with American Explosive Ordinance Disposal Soldiers Feb. 6, 2014, at Forward Operating Base Gamberi. The EOD Soldiers, from the the 663rd EOD Company, were helping the Afghans prepare to go to school to become Explosive Ordnance Technicians themselves. (U.S. Army Photo by Spc. Eric Provost, Task Force Patriot PAO) (Photo Credit: Soldiers show Afghans ropes of Explosive Ordinance Disposal) VIEW ORIGINAL
201st Afghan National Army Corps soldiers use the notes and drawings they just made from investigating an artificial unexploded round to try and identify it while training at Forward Operating Base Gamberi Feb. 6, 2014. Members of the 663rd EOD Company held the training for the Afghan soldiers to help get them ready to for the ANA�'s EOD school. (U.S. Army Photo by Spc. Eric Provost, Task Force Patriot PAO)
3 / 8 Show Caption + Hide Caption – 201st Afghan National Army Corps soldiers use the notes and drawings they just made from investigating an artificial unexploded round to try and identify it while training at Forward Operating Base Gamberi Feb. 6, 2014. Members of the 663rd EOD Company held the training for the Afghan soldiers to help get them ready to for the ANA�'s EOD school. (U.S. Army Photo by Spc. Eric Provost, Task Force Patriot PAO) (Photo Credit: Soldiers show Afghans ropes of Explosive Ordinance Disposal) VIEW ORIGINAL
201st Afghan National Army Corps soldiers, using their guidebook of explosive rounds and materials, try to identify an unexploded round as part of training at Forward Operating Base Gamberi Feb. 6, 2014, with Explosive Ordinance Technicians from the 663rd EOD Company. The ANA soldiers are prospective EOD Techs themselves preparing to go through their Army's EOD school with the help of the American Soldiers. (U.S. Army Photo by Spc. Eric Provost, Task Force Patriot PAO)
4 / 8 Show Caption + Hide Caption – 201st Afghan National Army Corps soldiers, using their guidebook of explosive rounds and materials, try to identify an unexploded round as part of training at Forward Operating Base Gamberi Feb. 6, 2014, with Explosive Ordinance Technicians from the 663rd EOD Company. The ANA soldiers are prospective EOD Techs themselves preparing to go through their Army's EOD school with the help of the American Soldiers. (U.S. Army Photo by Spc. Eric Provost, Task Force Patriot PAO) (Photo Credit: Soldiers show Afghans ropes of Explosive Ordinance Disposal) VIEW ORIGINAL
U.S. Army Explosive Ordinance Technicians from the 663rd EOD Company go over different kinds of explosive ordinance and materials with 201st Afghan National Army Corps soldiers Feb. 6, 2014, at Forward Operating Base Gamberi. The EOD Techs were helping prepare the Afghans to go through their Army's own school to become Techs themselves. (U.S. Army Photo by Spc. Eric Provost, Task Force Patriot PAO)
5 / 8 Show Caption + Hide Caption – U.S. Army Explosive Ordinance Technicians from the 663rd EOD Company go over different kinds of explosive ordinance and materials with 201st Afghan National Army Corps soldiers Feb. 6, 2014, at Forward Operating Base Gamberi. The EOD Techs were helping prepare the Afghans to go through their Army's own school to become Techs themselves. (U.S. Army Photo by Spc. Eric Provost, Task Force Patriot PAO) (Photo Credit: Soldiers show Afghans ropes of Explosive Ordinance Disposal) VIEW ORIGINAL
A 201st Afghan National Army Corps soldier documents every aspect of a simulated explosive charge while learning how to perform reconnaissance of suspected explosive materials Feb. 6, 2014, at Forward Operating Base Gamberi, alongside members of the 663rd Explosive Ordinance Disposal Company. The 663rd Soldiers held the training for their Afghan counterparts to help prepare them for the school where they will certify as EOD technicians themselves. (U.S. Army Photo by Spc. Eric Provost, Task Force Patriot PAO)
6 / 8 Show Caption + Hide Caption – A 201st Afghan National Army Corps soldier documents every aspect of a simulated explosive charge while learning how to perform reconnaissance of suspected explosive materials Feb. 6, 2014, at Forward Operating Base Gamberi, alongside members of the 663rd Explosive Ordinance Disposal Company. The 663rd Soldiers held the training for their Afghan counterparts to help prepare them for the school where they will certify as EOD technicians themselves. (U.S. Army Photo by Spc. Eric Provost, Task Force Patriot PAO) (Photo Credit: Soldiers show Afghans ropes of Explosive Ordinance Disposal) VIEW ORIGINAL
A 201st Afghan National Army Corps soldier, using extreme care, slowly digs out the area around a simulated land mine to inspect the area while training with American Explosive Ordinance Disposal Soldiers Feb. 6, 2014, at Forward Operating Base Gamberi. The EOD Soldiers, representing the 663rd EOD Company, were helping the Afghans prepare to go to school to become Explosive Ordinance Technicians themselves. (U.S. Army Photo by Spc. Eric Provost, Task Force Patriot PAO)
7 / 8 Show Caption + Hide Caption – A 201st Afghan National Army Corps soldier, using extreme care, slowly digs out the area around a simulated land mine to inspect the area while training with American Explosive Ordinance Disposal Soldiers Feb. 6, 2014, at Forward Operating Base Gamberi. The EOD Soldiers, representing the 663rd EOD Company, were helping the Afghans prepare to go to school to become Explosive Ordinance Technicians themselves. (U.S. Army Photo by Spc. Eric Provost, Task Force Patriot PAO) (Photo Credit: Soldiers show Afghans ropes of Explosive Ordinance Disposal) VIEW ORIGINAL
A 201st Afghan National Army Corps soldier uses an extendable mirror to examine the underside of an imitation explosive round Feb. 6, 2014, at Forward Operating Base Gamberi while training to go the ANA's Explosive Ordinance Disposal School. Members of the U.S. Army's 663rd EOD Company conducted the training for the Afghan soldiers to help prepare them for the school. (U.S. Army Photo by Spc. Eric Provost, Task Force Patriot PAO)
8 / 8 Show Caption + Hide Caption – A 201st Afghan National Army Corps soldier uses an extendable mirror to examine the underside of an imitation explosive round Feb. 6, 2014, at Forward Operating Base Gamberi while training to go the ANA's Explosive Ordinance Disposal School. Members of the U.S. Army's 663rd EOD Company conducted the training for the Afghan soldiers to help prepare them for the school. (U.S. Army Photo by Spc. Eric Provost, Task Force Patriot PAO) (Photo Credit: Soldiers show Afghans ropes of Explosive Ordinance Disposal) VIEW ORIGINAL

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