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An ammonium nitrate bomb detonates during explosive ordnance disposal sustainment training at the Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort demolition range, Nov. 14. The training is part of the Hazardous Duty Incentive Pay or demolition duty, and was created to compensate for the more than normally dangerous character of such duties and encourages members to continue to volunteer to perform these duties. Staff Sgt. Matthew Anderson an EOD Tech from Franklin Tenn., said he doesn’t do it for the money but to save lives when it matters most.
131114-M-LZ697-008.JPG Photo By: Cpl. Timothy Norris

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Nov 27, 2013
MCAS BEAUFORT, S.C. - An ammonium nitrate bomb detonates during explosive ordnance disposal sustainment training at the Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort demolition range, Nov. 14. The training is part of the Hazardous Duty Incentive Pay or demolition duty, and was created to compensate for the more than normally dangerous character of such duties and encourages members to continue to volunteer to perform these duties. Staff Sgt. Matthew Anderson an EOD Tech from Franklin Tenn., said he doesn’t do it for the money but to save lives when it matters most.


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