Will IEDs be mainly non-expeditionary in the future?

At the beginning of this year, a full room assembled for a meeting of international armoured vehicle and counter-IED specialists, ranging from military leaders to industry solution providers. At the top table, Robert Shaw, the head of C-IED Training for NATO ISAF sat beside Commander Abdulrazaq Olapeju Kazeem commander of the Nigerian Army's Headquarters Bomb Disposal Unit. The timing was important. The IED is widely recognised as the number one homeland threat as terrorism remains bubbli...
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