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Two Explosive Ordnance Disposal Soldiers from Fort Campbell honored in Washington

 

Written by Clemens Gaines
20th CBRNE Command

20th CBRNE CommandWashington, D.C. – Two explosive ordnance disposal Soldiers from the 52nd Explosives Ordnance Group, Fort Campbell, KY, were honored November 7th, 2017 at the annual EOD Day on the Hill in Washington, D.C.

Sgt. First Class Joshua Tygret and Sgt. Austin Murphy endured the grueling EOD competition event at Fort A.P. Hill, VA in August and displayed operational excellence to beat out teams from the Air Force, Navy and National Guard, as well as several civilian organizations.

EOD Team of the Year members Sgt. First Class Joshua Tygert (left) and Sgt. Austin Murphy (center) are congratulated by Reps. Susan Davis, Brian Mast and Rick Crawford at the EOD Day on the Hill November 7th. Sponsors from the National Defense Industrial Association (back) added their congratulations. (U.S. Army photo by MAJ. Troy Frey)

EOD Team of the Year members Sgt. First Class Joshua Tygert (left) and Sgt. Austin Murphy (center) are congratulated by Reps. Susan Davis, Brian Mast and Rick Crawford at the EOD Day on the Hill November 7th. Sponsors from the National Defense Industrial Association (back) added their congratulations. (U.S. Army photo by MAJ. Troy Frey)

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52nd Ordnance Group holds Colors Casing ceremony at Fort Campbell, ready to deploy

 

Written by Staff Sgt. Angel D. Martinez
20th CBRNE Command

Fort Campbell KY - 101st Airborne Division52nd Ordnance Group

Berdeen Proving Ground, MD – Soldiers, friends and family members gather at Fort Campbell, Kentucky to bid farewell to members of the 52nd Ordnance Group (Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD)) during their casing of the colors ceremony on March 1st.

During this Army traditional event, Col. Mark Faria, the group’s commander, furled the 52nd EOD’s colors before sheathing and casing it symbolizing the movement of the group to the Middle East, their new theater of operation.

Soldiers, friends and family members gather at Fort Campbell, KY, to bid farewell to members of the 52d Ordnance Group (Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD)) during their Casing of the Colors Ceremony on March 1st. During this Army traditional event, Col. Mark Faria, the group’s commander, furled the 52nd EOD’s colors before sheathing and casing it symbolizing the movement of the group to the Middle East, their new theater of operation. (20th CBRNE Command)

Soldiers, friends and family members gather at Fort Campbell, KY, to bid farewell to members of the 52d Ordnance Group (Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD)) during their Casing of the Colors Ceremony on March 1st. During this Army traditional event, Col. Mark Faria, the group’s commander, furled the 52nd EOD’s colors before sheathing and casing it symbolizing the movement of the group to the Middle East, their new theater of operation. (20th CBRNE Command)

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Fort Campbell’s 52nd Ordnance Group gets New Command, Mission

 

Written by Staff Sgt. Angel D. Martinez
20th CBRNE Command

Fort Campbell KY - 101st Airborne Division52nd Ordnance Group

Fort Campbell, KY – Col. Mark Faria accepted command of the 52nd Ordnance Group (Explosive Ordnance Disposal) from Col. Marty L. Muchow during a change of command ceremony at Fort Campbell, Kentucky, February 18th.

The 52nd will be deploying in the next few weeks, and Faria’s main focus is on the success of this mission.

Col. Mark Faria accepted command of the 52d Explosive Ordnance Disposal Group from Col. Marty L. Muchow during a Change of Command ceremony at Fort Campbell, Ky., Feb. 18. (Courtesy Photo)

Col. Mark Faria accepted command of the 52d Explosive Ordnance Disposal Group from Col. Marty L. Muchow during a Change of Command ceremony at Fort Campbell, Ky., Feb. 18. (Courtesy Photo)

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Fort Campbell’s 52nd Ordnance Group Year in Review

 

20th CBRNE Command

Fort Campbell KY - 101st Airborne Division52nd Ordnance GroupFort Campbell, KY – The 52nd Ordnance Group’s (EOD) mission is to deploy and support military and civilian authorities throughout full spectrum operations by identifying, accessing, diagnosing, rendering safe, exploiting and disposing of all explosive ordnance or comparable threats.

As a part of the 20th Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosives Command, the 52nd supports the Army’s worldwide mission to provide support to humanitarian mine action operations, VIP protection support for Secret Service and Department of State, including the Papal visit, and its continuous support to Homeland Defense by responding to explosive threats on and off installation.

U.S. Army‬ Soldiers, assigned to the 52nd Ordnance Group (Explosive Ordnance Disposal), use a hand-held scanner to locate buried training ordnance and subsequently identify and render it safe during an annual explosive ordnance disposal competition held on Fort Knox, KY, April 16th, 2015. (U.S. Army photo by Rachael Tolliver)

U.S. Army‬ Soldiers, assigned to the 52nd Ordnance Group (Explosive Ordnance Disposal), use a hand-held scanner to locate buried training ordnance and subsequently identify and render it safe during an annual explosive ordnance disposal competition held on Fort Knox, KY, April 16th, 2015. (U.S. Army photo by Rachael Tolliver)

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1st Area Medical Laboratory heads Six Ebola Testing labs in Liberia

 

Written by Walter Ham
20th CBRNE Command

United States Africa CommandAberdeen Proving Ground, MD – The 1st Area Medical Laboratory is leading a joint task force that is operating six Ebola testing laboratories in Liberia.

Made up of microbiologists and laboratory technicians from the 1st Area Medical Laboratory (AML) and Naval Medicine Research Center, Task Force Scientist also includes civil affairs and military police personnel.

Task Force Scientist is headed by Col. Patrick M. Garman, the commander of the Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland-based 1st Area Medical Laboratory.

Task Force Scientist is headed by Col. Patrick M. Garman, the commander of the Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, based 1st Area Medical Laboratory. (Courtesy Photo)

Task Force Scientist is headed by Col. Patrick M. Garman, the commander of the Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, based 1st Area Medical Laboratory. (Courtesy Photo)

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