EOD of the Year Competition

By Pfc. Kim, Jun-subMay 22, 2009

Pfc. Jordan Krogmann from the 718th Ordnance
Company (Explosive Ordnance Disposal) works through a scenario during the
2009 EOD of the Year competition at Rodriguez Live Fire Complex May 18.
1 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Pfc. Jordan Krogmann from the 718th Ordnance Company (Explosive Ordnance Disposal) works through a scenario during the 2009 EOD of the Year competition at Rodriguez Live Fire Complex May 18. (Photo Credit: Pfc. Kim, Jun-sub) VIEW ORIGINAL
A talon, a powerful, lightweight, versatile
robot designed for missions ranging from reconnaissance to weapons delivery,
searches an empty building during the 2009 EOD of the year competition at
Rodriguez Live Fire Complex May 18.
2 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – A talon, a powerful, lightweight, versatile robot designed for missions ranging from reconnaissance to weapons delivery, searches an empty building during the 2009 EOD of the year competition at Rodriguez Live Fire Complex May 18. (Photo Credit: Pfc. Kim, Jun-sub) VIEW ORIGINAL
Pfc. Matthew Stonesifer from the 718th Ordance
Company, Explosive Ordance Disposal, parks his talon, a powerful,
lightweight, versatile robot designed for missions ranging from
reconnaissance to weapons delivery, after completing a task during 2009 EOD
of the Year competition at Rodriguez Live Fire Complex May 18.
3 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Pfc. Matthew Stonesifer from the 718th Ordance Company, Explosive Ordance Disposal, parks his talon, a powerful, lightweight, versatile robot designed for missions ranging from reconnaissance to weapons delivery, after completing a task during 2009 EOD of the Year competition at Rodriguez Live Fire Complex May 18. (Photo Credit: Pfc. Kim, Jun-sub) VIEW ORIGINAL