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Inside an EOD Unit

FairnessMan Wrote: Apr 16, 2013 12:09 PM
Yeah, the public parasite "heroes" in blue just love this action. OT, OT, OT,OT,OT=more taxpayer money now and more taxpayer money later after 20 or 25 years of donut runs and standing around with their thumbs up their aszes "protecting" the lowly citizens. It don't get no better than this. Amerika, she is great country.
MadBomber Wrote: Apr 16, 2013 12:27 PM
Insulting the wrong people here. This guy makes $41,000 tops, with absolutely no overtime. He's on call essentially 24/7/365, probably does a combat tour every other year, and the year he is home he spends half of that on the road either training or cleaning bombing ranges or any variety of dangerous, nasty stuff that no one else will deal with. And yes, he will gladly sacrifice life and limb to "pretect" your welfare bloated, crack soaked Occupy Whatever butt.

Editor's Note: The below piece is excerpted from Townhall Magazine's January feature, "The Calm in the Storm," by Leah Barkoukis. In light of the tragic events in Boston yesterday, we wanted to share relevant excerpts from this in-depth look at the workings of an EOD unit to help people better understand, or have some context, for what they might hear coming out of Boston the next several days. Our piece focused specifically on military task forces and their work overseas, but it will hopefully leave...

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