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  Vietnam Vet Chuck Searcy Works To Clean Up U.S. Bomb Legacy In Vietnam
Chuck Searcy might one day return to Athens to stay.But as he nears 70, Searcy says he still has unfinished business after 19 years in Vietnam — specifically, continuing his work with Project Renew, a group which works to reduce the toll of the unexploded bombs still killing and maiming Vietnamese children and farmers...[see more]
 
  Norwegian People's Aid Train BOMICEN Technical Staff On Non-Technical Survey And Information Management
Dong Ha, Quang Tri (5 September 2014) – Fifteen technicians from the Technology Centre for Bomb and Mine Disposal (BOMICEN) have just finished a five-day training course organized by Norwegian People’s Aid (NPA) using experience and expertise from Project RENEW...[see more]
 
  Norwegian People's Aid Commits Supporting Quang Tri Province To Overcome Consequences Of Explosive Remnants of War
Dong Ha, Quang Tri Province (21 August 2014) – The signing of a cooperation agreement between Norwegian People’s Aid (NPA) and the government of Quang Tri Province today was a benchmark in the joint efforts to help the province address the consequences of cluster bombs and other explosive remnants of war (ERW) left over from the war that ended nearly 40 years ago....[see more]
 
  Teenage Boys Find 500 Wartime Munitions, Alert RENEW Team For Safe Removal And Destruction
Trieu Phong, Quang Tri (16 July 2014) -- A cache of unexploded ordnance was recovered and removed from an acacia forest in a coastal area of Quang Tri Province this week, after two schoolboys rode their bicycles two kilometers to report their discovery to a Project RENEW team...[see more]

Photo of the Day: Hundreds of ERW removed from residential area in Dong Ha City

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 Pic of the Day: Hundreds of ERW removed from residential area in Dong Ha City

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