Don’t Touch

Sgt. Aaron S. Rogers, an Explosive Ordnance Disposal technician, digs around a buried 60mm mortar to determine if it is still active during a range sweep of Combat Center Range 401 July 14.  Photo Date Taken: 3/25/2007  Unit: Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms  Photo ByLine: Lance Cpl. Monica C. Erickson

Sgt. Aaron S. Rogers, an Explosive Ordnance Disposal technician, digs around a buried 60mm mortar to determine if it is still active during a range sweep of Combat Center Range 401 July 14. Photo Date Taken: 3/25/2007 Unit: Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms Photo ByLine: Lance Cpl. Monica C. Erickson

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  1. Now THAT is bravery. My first instinct would be to run (do not walk) as far & as fast away from THAT as possible.

  2. LOL, always wear eye protection. I bet he has a difficult time walking around with his HUGE balls.

  3. Whenever I found shit like that I would make a little circle of glow sticks around it – then walk far away with a clear conscious.

  4. Take One 1/4 lb block of C-4 + 2-feet of fuse (30-sec per foot burn rate) + one blasting cap + one M2 fuse lighter.

    Crimp cap on one end of fuse.

    Place M2 fuse lighter on opposite end.

    Insert blasting cap into cap-well of the C-4.

    Place C-4 in proximity of 60mm shell.

    Pull release pin on fuse lighter.

    WALK…..do not run away from the area while…Loudly repeating 3-times: Fire in the hole

    You’d be surprised how far you can walk in 60-seconds!

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