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The National Explosive Ordnance Disposal
Association is a fraternal organization of the
United States active duty, retired, and former military EOD technicians
and Public Safety
Bomb Disposal Technicians that render safe all
types of explosives and improvised devices, and
chemical, biological, and nuclear ordnance.
The NATEODA promotes camaraderie among those
who are serving or have served in
one of the most dangerous professions in the world

The National Explosive Ordnance Disposal
Association is a fraternal organization of the
United States active duty, retired, and former military EOD technicians and Public Safety
Bomb Disposal Technicians that render safe all
types of explosives and improvised devices, and
chemical, biological, and nuclear ordnance.
The NATEODA promotes camaraderie among those
who are serving or have served in
one of the most dangerous professions in the world

The National Explosive Ordnance Disposal
Association is a fraternal organization of the
United States active duty, retired, and former military EOD technicians and Public Safety
Bomb Disposal Technicians that render safe all
types of explosives and improvised devices, and
chemical, biological, and nuclear ordnance.
The NATEODA promotes camaraderie among those
who are serving or have served in
one of the most dangerous professions in the world

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EOD Technicians are US Army, Navy, Marine, Air Force, and Public Safety Bomb Technicians who volunteer
to serve in one of the most dangerous occupations. The ever-present reminder of the mission,
the motto "Initial Success or Total Failure", is both a historical legacy and an expression of dedication to the profession.

EOD Technicians are US Army, Navy, Marine, Air Force, and Public Safety Bomb Technicians
who volunteer to serve in one of the most dangerous occupations.
The ever-present reminder of the mission,
the motto "Initial Success or Total Failure", is both a historical legacy and an expression of dedication to the profession.

EOD Technicians are US Army, Navy, Marine, Air Force, and Public Safety Bomb Technicians who volunteer
to serve in one of the most dangerous occupations. The ever-present reminder of the mission,
the motto"Initial Success or Total Failure", is both a historical legacy and an expression of dedication to the profession.

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NATEODA

National Explosive Ordnance Disposal Association

Founded in 1988, the National Explosive Ordnance Disposal Association (NATEODA) unites U.S. military EOD experts, preserving history and fostering brotherhood. We ensure safe disposal of hazardous munitions worldwide, extending a warm welcome to global EOD personnel.

About Our Mission

What We Do

The Explosive Ordnance Disposal Badge is a military badge of the United States Armed Forces which recognizes those service members qualified as explosive ordnance disposal technicians.

Master EOD Badge

Senior EOD Badge

Basic EOD Badge

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