Don’t Touch

Sgt. Aaron S. Rogers, an Explosive Ordnance Disposal technician, digs around a buried 60mm mortar to determine if it is still active during a range sweep of Combat Center Range 401 July 14. Photo Date Taken: 3/25/2007 Unit: Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms Photo ByLine: Lance Cpl. Monica C. Erickson

Sgt. Aaron S. Rogers, an Explosive Ordnance Disposal technician, digs around a buried 60mm mortar to determine if it is still active during a range sweep of Combat Center Range 401 July 14. Photo Date Taken: 3/25/2007 Unit: Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms Photo ByLine: Lance Cpl. Monica C. Erickson

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  1. GeekLethal: Yah. One of the other pictures at the article shows that he’s also wearing eye protection. Good move.

  2. Now THAT is bravery. My first instinct would be to run (do not walk) as far & as fast away from THAT as possible.

  3. LOL, always wear eye protection. I bet he has a difficult time walking around with his HUGE balls.

  4. Whenever I found shit like that I would make a little circle of glow sticks around it – then walk far away with a clear conscious.

  5. Take One 1/4 lb block of C-4 + 2-feet of fuse (30-sec per foot burn rate) + one blasting cap + one M2 fuse lighter.

    Crimp cap on one end of fuse.

    Place M2 fuse lighter on opposite end.

    Insert blasting cap into cap-well of the C-4.

    Place C-4 in proximity of 60mm shell.

    Pull release pin on fuse lighter.

    WALK…..do not run away from the area while…Loudly repeating 3-times: Fire in the hole

    You’d be surprised how far you can walk in 60-seconds!

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