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Not your average Lunchables..Explosive Ordnance Disposal Robots, with Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron, Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Cherry Point, investigates an improvised explosive device planted in a lunch box during a mock bomb threat scenario.

Not your average Lunchables..Explosive Ordnance Disposal Robots, with Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron, Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Cherry Point, investigates an improvised explosive device planted in a lunch box during a mock bomb threat scenario.

U.S. Army Spc. Vincent Sweatt demonstrates the flail capabilities of the DOK-ING mine-clearing vehicle for members of a pre-deployment site survey for the 307th Engineer Battalion visiting Camp Leatherneck, recently. These vehicles have been employed in area clearance operations throughout Regional Command Southwest. Sweatt is a member of the 260th Engineer Support Company, 507th Engineer Battalion, Task Force Warhammer. (Photo and caption by U.S. Army CPT Zane J. Curtiss)

U.S. Army Spc. Vincent Sweatt demonstrates the flail capabilities of the DOK-ING mine-clearing vehicle for members of a pre-deployment site survey for the 307th Engineer Battalion visiting Camp Leatherneck, recently. These vehicles have been employed in area clearance operations throughout Regional Command Southwest. Sweatt is a member of the 260th Engineer Support Company, 507th Engineer Battalion, Task Force Warhammer. (Photo and caption by U.S. Army CPT Zane J. Curtiss)

Robot capabilities tested at night. U.S. soldiers conducted a routine route clearance mission on Route 1 in order to maintain freedom of movement for military and commercial traffic. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Chenee' Brooks/Released)  Read more: http://www.dvidshub.net/image/1001445/route-clearance-mission#ixzz2e1ZDTkfU

Robot capabilities tested at night. U.S. soldiers conducted a routine route clearance mission on Route 1 in order to maintain freedom of movement for military and commercial traffic. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Chenee' Brooks/Released) Read more: http://www.dvidshub.net/image/1001445/route-clearance-mission#ixzz2e1ZDTkfU

A Canadian Navy remote controlled Explosive Ordnance Disposal robot drags an improvised explosive device (IED) from the brush for further inspection during an IED training scenario.

A Canadian Navy remote controlled Explosive Ordnance Disposal robot drags an improvised explosive device (IED) from the brush for further inspection during an IED training scenario.

The MQ-8 Fire Scout provides real-time airborne surveillance and targeting which supports C-IED. For more info on the helicopter, go to: http://www.thebaynet.com/news/index.cfm/fa/viewstory/story_ID/33281

The US Navy prepares to test a UAV sensor system that uses a computer database to identify pirate vessels.

Soldiers from the Maryland Army National Guard's, 253rd Engineer Company trained to become certified 510 Packbot Fastac robot operators over a two-day basic operators course.

Soldiers from the Maryland Army National Guard's, Engineer Company trained to become certified 510 Packbot Fastac robot operators over a two-day basic operators course.

JIEDDO new Facebook banner for the Robotics Rodeo.

JIEDDO new Facebook banner for the Robotics Rodeo.

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