Unexploded Ordnance News


Daily Mail
5/20/2018

Paul Austin's discovery of the Second World War device which had washed up on the West Sussex coast yesterday led to the Royal Navy bomb squad being called in.
Daily Mail
5/17/2018

Armed police swooped on a Sussex business park over fears a lorry which parked there had imported explosives, including hand grenades. The bomb squad was on scene on Thursday.
UXOInfo.com
5/17/2018

London, Ontario An EOD unit from the Canadian Forces was called in by police after a homeowner left a live artillery shell out with the trash. The UXO (pictured below) was found by a local resident who noticed the bomb on his way to a doctor's appoi
KQED
5/17/2018

Scientists have new evidence that there are plumes of water erupting from the surface of Jupiter’s icy moon Europa — plumes that could, maybe, possibly contain signs of life. The evidence comes from data collected by the now-defunct Galileo sp
UK Gaurdian
5/17/2018

The shell, believed to be from the first world war, was found in London, Ontario, at the end of a driveway next to a bag of trashPolice in Canada were forced to call in the bomb squad after a resident put out a live artillery shell, believed to be f

EOD Airmen Tackle Warfighter Challenge
A two-week, situation-based training exercise at Eglin Air Force Base, Florida, tests teams of explosive ordnance disposal specialists during EOD Warfighter Challenge.
UXOInfo.com
5/16/2018

Parshall, North Dakota The Air Force is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the recovery of ammunition that reportedly accidentally fell off a vehicle on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation. Minot Air Force Base spokeswoman Daniell.

Raytheon Company won a $83,412,265.00 contract from Department of the Navy for conducting Barracuda Mine Neutralizer. Contract was solicited under solicitation N00024-17-R-6300
UXOInfo.com
5/12/2018

Loweswater, United Kingdom a man clearing out an old storage shed on his rural property called police after he found six sticks of dynamite and six detonators. Two of the dynamite sticks were in a wooden box alongside the detonators, which were in .

Military Freefall Solutions won a $87,000.00 contract from Department of the Navy for conducting X--PARACHUTE DROP ZONE SERVICES to support U.S. NAVY EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL TRAINING AND EVALUATION UNIT ONE (EODTEU1). Contract was solicited unde