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Tuesday, 12 May 2015

British Army Article on 33 Engineer Reg (EOD)

British and American bomb disposal experts have been training together to improve their ability to operate together in the future.
Sappers from Wimbish-based 33 Engineer Regiment (Explosive Ordnance Disposal) have recently returned from the Combined Joint Operational Access Exercise, held in Fort Bragg, North Carolina. The training was about developing the ability of 16 Air Assault Brigade and the US Army’s 82nd Airborne Division, which both serve as their respective armies rapid reaction forces, to deploy as a joint force in response to international crises.
The troops from 33 Engr Regt (EOD) worked with the American 192nd Ordnance Battalion (Explosive Ordnance Battalion). Each unit demonstrated their skills and equipment to the other ahead of a simulated mission in which 2,100 British and American troops and their equipment parachuted into a troubled region to work side-by-side to restore stability.
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