In Afghanistan, Canadian Forces engineers face the ultimate danger

Canadian combat engineers rig improvised explosive devices with C-4 and a detonation cord to dispose of them.
Publication Date 
18 Nov 2009

Detection and detonation of bombs the most deadly part of the job

IAN HARVEY correspondent

Construction is dangerous, dirty work at the best of times but in a war zone it’s deadly. Members of Canadian Forces combat engineering units know it all too well and they’ve paid a high price in their efforts to rebuild, secure and support their comrades-in-arms in Afghanistan.

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