U.S. Army
Special Operations

Explosive Ordnance Disposal

Initial Success, or Total Failure!

EOD Mission

Our teams are responsible for the location, identification, render safe, and disposal of hazardous unexploded conventional, chemical and biological ordnance as well as improvised explosives.

EOD Recruiter Contacts

Fort Bragg
Bldg C-5437 Bastogne Road
Fort Bragg, NC 28310

Joint Base Lewis-McChord
Bldg 3725 41st Division Drive
Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA 98433

Benefits of Being EOD

Enlisted Requirements

Officer Requirements

Required Documents

These documents are required to be returned to your recruiter. For questions or clarification, please contact your recruiter. Documents can be downloaded here.

Training Pathway

Phase I: Fort Lee, VA
(7 Weeks 4 Days)
Phase II: Eglin AFB, FL
(28 Weeks 4 Days)
Required Prep Course Intensified Course
Bomb suit assessment prior to training MOS producing school