U.S. Military Fights Rising IED Attacks in Afghanistan

A split-second decision in Afghanistan could be the difference between life and death. The rock a soldier steps on could be an improvised explosive device, or IED. The car that passes by could be driven by a suicide bomber with a trunkload of explosives. So, before soldiers step outside the wire, the military ensures that they receive adequate training at Bagram Air Base to identify possible threats. "We have horns, bells and whistles here. Make your mistakes here, not outside," Sgt. Blackmon...Full Story
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