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A Modest Change

We started these news posts to show just how many UXO accidents still occur, especially those as a result of America’s bombing campaigns in Southeast Asia. Judging by the number of accidents noted in these occasional posts, the point is likely made.

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A Lao technician with the Mines Advisory Group places a small red marker on a spot that set off the metal detector. He will later return and carefully dig under each marker to see if it is unexploded ordnance. The red strings on the ground help guide the technician so he can carefully cover every inch of ground.

A Lao technician with the Mines Advisory Group places a small red marker on a spot that set off the metal detector. He will later return and carefully dig under each marker to see if it is unexploded ordnance. The red strings on the ground help guide the technician so he can carefully cover every inch of ground.

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