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The Spreading Threat of Roadside Bombs and other Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs)

Contributor: John M. Doyle
Posted: 01/02/2013
John M. Doyle
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The war in Afghanistan may be winding down over the next two years but that's not the case with homemade bombs and booby traps, according to the commander of the Defense Department unit battling improvised explosive devices (IEDs). "I believe the IED and the networks that use these asymmetric weapons will remain a threat to our forces


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John M. Doyle
Contributor: John M. Doyle