German Ammunition Discovered by National Army EOD Engineers
Chisinau, March 24, 2014 — The National Army EOD team neutralized, last week, 96 explosive devices dating back to Second World War.
According to Chief of EOD Division of the National Army, Col. Mihail Semionov, the EOD engineers discovered and disposed 42 fire bomb-launcher bombs, 3 hand grenades, 14 artillery projectiles, 17 anti-tank and anti-personnel mines, 14 anti-tank grenades and 6 mine warheads.
The quoted source specified that the biggest amount — 31 explosives — were found on Saturday, March 22, on a building ground in Ungheni. The EOD Engineers of Brigade “Moldova” identified 4 anti-tank mines, 13 anti-personnel mines, two 76 mm artillery projectiles, three fire bomb-launcher bombs, three anti-tank bombs and six mine warheads. All the ammunition of German production was destroyed on a military training ground near Ungheni.
In March, the EOD engineers of the National Army disposed 122 explosive devices.