Explosive Ordnance Disposal soldiers conduct minesweeping operations along China-Vietnam border

Source: China Military2017-02-08 18:07:18
Editor: Huang Panyue
The picture shows two probe pits. The left pit is for testing the nonmetal equipment and tools and the right one is for testing the metal ones. Each equipment and tool must be tested before conducting minesweeping operations to make sure their stability . (photo/ 81.cn)
The picture shows two probe pits. The left pit is for testing the nonmetal equipment and tools and the right one is for testing the metal ones. Each equipment and tool must be tested before conducting minesweeping operations to make sure their stability . (photo/ 81.cn)

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Abstract

An Explosive Ordnance Disposal(EOD) soldier lies on his stomach and digs up the soil carefully for rendering safe a landmine during the minesweeping operations along the China-Vietnam border in Malipo County of southwest China's Yunnan Province on February 6, 2017.

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