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Explosive Ordance Disposal

16 November 2020 WHAT IS EOD?
Navy EOD eliminates a range of explosive threats including chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and sea mines to clear a path of access for special operations forces and the Fleet
- Develops the force to win against near-peer competitors and empowered non-state actors
- Expands our crucial advantage against competitors’ undersea threats
- Capitalizes on our unique ability to counter weapons of mass destruction
-Grows expertise in exploitation of next-generation weapon systems
-Emboldens our allies’ and partners’ capabilities
We eliminate explosives so our fleet and nation can fight and win – whenever, wherever, and however it chooses
  • Operate independently or as a part of a larger maritime, conventional or special operations force to enable access to denied areas
  • Eliminate and exploit a range of explosive threats to form a more robust intelligence picture
  • Rapidly deploy flexible and agile undersea warfare capabilities through our expeditionary mine countermeasures companies to maintain freedom of maneuver at sea 
Mobile Diving Salvage Units provide combat ready, expeditionary, rapidly deployable mobile diving and salvage companies to conduct harbor clearance, salvage, underwater search and recovery, and underwater emergency repairs in any environment.

Navy EOD strengthens naval power at and from the sea using our explosives expertise, man-machine teaming, and creative problem solving
By the Numbers:
- 2 EOD Groups                                               - 2 Training and Evaluation Units
- 2 Mobile Diving and Salvage Units               - 8 EOD Mobile Units
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