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An explosive ordnance disposal member scans the soil using a Vallan "Minehound" VMR2 metal detector during a 2012 operational utility event at the Naval Surface Warfare Center in Panama City, Fla. The detector uses ground penetrating radar to locate low to non-metallic mines that can elude traditional metal detectors. The Counter-Improvised Explosive Device Branch, a Life Cycle Management Center team based out of Hanscom Air Force Base, Mass., was responsible for equipping 36 deployed Air Force EOD teams with the latest handheld detectors. (U.S. Air Force photo/Donald MacMillan)

PHOTO BY: Donald MacMillan
VIRIN: 120718-F-FZ712-001.JPG
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