EOD


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AcronymDefinition
EODExplosive Ordnance Disposal
EODEnd Of Day
EODEnd of Development (software)
EODEarly Onset Dementia
EODEnd Of Data
EODEditing on Disk
EODEverything on Demand
EODEnterprise on Demand
EODEnd of Document
EODEve of Destruction (computer game)
EODEntertainment on Demand (cable TV feature)
EODEvent of Default
EODEnd Of Discussion
EODEvery Other Day
EODEmpire of Dirt (gaming)
EODElectric Organ Discharge
EODEuropean Opera Days
EODExtent of Disease
EODEntry On Duty
EODExplosive Ordnance Detachment
EODExpression of Dissatisfaction (UK)
EODEngineer on a Disk
EODEntrance on Duty
EODExplosive Ordnance Demolition
EODExplosive Ordnance Device (less common)
EODEqual Opportunity Division
EODExtent of Damage (insurance)
EODEverything-On-Demand (services)
EODExplosive Ordnance Detection
EODEnter On Duty
EODEmployee and Organizational Development (human resources)
EODEnglish Opens Doors (Chile)
EODElite Operations Division (game)
EODEnd of Discharge
EODEmperors of Darkside (forum)
EODEnd of Dialing
EODEsoteric Order of Dagon (Cthulhu Mythos)
EODEnd of Diatribe
EODEcologic Oriented Development (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
EODElectro Optic Director (weapons)
EODEnd-Organ Damage
EODErasable Optical Disc
EODEnvyus or Die (gaming)
EODEngineering Operations Division
EODEstablished Onset of Disability
EODEnergy on Detector
EODEngine Object Damage
EODEquivalent Other Duty
EODEntering Office Date
EODEnterprise Operations Directorate
EODExceed on Demand (client)
EODExplosive Ordnance Depot/Disposal
EODDate of Entering Officer (US Navy)
EODEveryone's Divorced
EODEmergency Order of Detention (psychiatry directive)
EODEmployee on Duty
EODEnvironment of Deposition
EODEthernet Over DOCSIS
EODÉquipe de Déminage (French: Demining Team; NATO)
EODExaminations On Demand
EODEmail of Death (Graduate Entry Medicine notice; Australia)
EODElectro-Optical Disk
EODExport on Demand System (trade)
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The Level 2 course was conducted on October 13-17 and from October 20 to October 24, and was a follow-up to the EOD Level 1 course, which attracted the interests of other countries in the region.
A great deal of attention has been cast on EOD's current primary battlefield function: the rendering safe of explosive hazards and the forensic exploitation of IED remnants.
Many of the lessons relate to IEDs, but we already have joint counter-IED doctrine, so do we need EOD doctrine as well?
He didn't get too bent out of shape when the buses that transported us to the chow hall in the morning resounded with slurred songs about lewd nuns and lewder EOD techs who loved up on them; that is, he didn't get bent out of shape as long as we worked hard in training.
Houlihan Lokey and Dechert LLP consulted the vendors on the move.Country: USA, CanadaSector: Aerospace/DefenceTarget: The crew survivability (CS) business, The explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) businessBuyer: The Safariland Group , Kanders & Company IncVendor: Versa Capital Management LLC, Allen-Vanguard CorpType: Corporate acquisition, LBOStatus: Closed
FALSE ALARM J Israeli Embassy, Dublin ALL-CLEAR n The area was made safe by gardai and the Army EOD EVACUATION n Army experts at the scene on Raheen estate EXAMINATION J A member of Army EOD team at the pipe bomb scene in Tallaght, South Dublin, yesterday
Navy EOD technicians began their instruction by sharing their knowledge with seven Namibian Defense Force and police personnel from all regions of the country.
So before EOD arrives, make sure the howitzer's prepared.
The EOD team is a "brotherhood of select individuals" who have worked together as safely as possible since World War II, he said.
The author does an excellent job of bringing readers into the deadly, pressure packed world of the EOD Soldier in Iraq.
A suspected bomb is usually first investigated by a remote controlled robot, then often by an explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) expert in a bomb suit of head-to-toe body armor.Aa
"There s an EOD saying, Once a team leader puts on a bomb suit it s the longest walk ," said Staff Sergeant David Hugee, a U.S.