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A Special Kind of Courage
Filled with extraordinary heroism and drama, this is the official story of the British Army's most decorated unit - its Northern Ireland bomb disposal squadron. 321 EOD (Explosive Ordnance Disposal) Squadron was posted to Northern Ireland at the outset of the Troubles to provide bomb disposal expertise. Since then it has answered over 50,000 'bomb scare' calls, over 5,500 ...more
Paperback, 352 pages
Published April 1st 2005 by Methuen
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An in-depth, engaging and visceral glimpse into one of the world's most celebrated and experienced military bomb disposal squads! Enter the valiant men and women of the British Army's elite 321 EOD Squadron, England's elite bomb squad. Tasked with the world's most dangerous job: diffusing a litany of devious and deadly Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs). From the Felix Unit's origins confronting the IRA, a malevolent terrorist group in Hong Kong, to the crucible of diffusing thousands of device ...more