Can troops find hidden bombs with sixth sense?
By Steve Hammons
Recent research has determined that some U.S. military personnel are better than others in the ability to detect hidden improvised explosive devices (IEDs). But why?
According to a U.S. Army research project, troops raised in rural and forested areas seemed to be better at it. Troops who grew up in tough urban areas also seem to excel in this kind of perception.
I am an active duty US Army LTC, nearing retirement at 28 years active federal service. I have participated in a number of activities during my career that have been influenced by LTC (Ret) Jim Channon's activities. As Defense and Army Attache and Chief of the Office of Defense Cooperation here in Mongolia, I have been implementing a number of activities akin to Earth First Battalion objectives.
David G. Tatman
Senior Defense Officer, Defense and Army Attache and
Chief, Office of Defense Cooperation
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