If you are interested in conversion into EOD, please see MPM 1220-200. Contact the EOD ECM for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org
EOD Summary Sheet
EOD Career Path
EOD Retention Bonus NAVADMIN 2022/22
2022 EOD Retention Bonus Business Rules
Senior Enlisted Master's Education Opportunity
Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technicians (EOD) locate, identify, render safe and explosively dispose of foreign and domestic ordnance including conventional, chemical, biological, nuclear, underwater, and terrorists type devices enabling access during military operations in support of Carrier and Expeditionary Strike Groups, Mine Countermeasures, Naval Special Warfare, and Army Special Forces. Provide training and assistance for military, federal, state, and local civilian law enforcement agencies in Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection procedures. Support and conduct ordnance related intelligence collection and counter-terrorism operations. Operate, maintain and repair specialized EOD and combat equipment. Maintain required forms, records, correspondence, and files. Duties include performing and supervising open and closed circuit SCUBA diving, explosive demolitions, parachuting, tactical delivery and extraction by unconventional insertion methods and small arms proficiency.