Safely remove a MK 82 aircraft bomb in Quang Binh

Safely remove a MK 82 aircraft bomb in Quang Binh

An 500 lb MK 82 aircraft bomb has been found in Sao Sa village, Bo Trach Commune, Quang Binh Province.
MAG defuses 150 pieces of UXO in Quang Tri

MAG defuses 150 pieces of UXO in Quang Tri

The UK’s Mines Advisory Group (MAG) Vietnam started operations in the Quang Tri province in 1999. And is working to rid the province, and the country, of unexploded ordnance (UXO).
Projectiles safely handled in central Vietnam thanks to local people information

Projectiles safely handled in central Vietnam thanks to local people information

Since September 2020, first Non-Technical Survey (NTS) team of Norwegian People’s Aid (NPA), accompanied by Military Liaison Officers, deployed to conduct field visits and interview households in Nam Trach commune, Bo Trach district, Quang Binh province.
International fundraiser founded by students to heal war wounds in Vietnam

International fundraiser founded by students to heal war wounds in Vietnam

A group of the UK's Shropshire students have launched a charitable project which aims to remove unexploded ordnance (UXO) from the American war in Vietnam, local newspaper reported.
227-kg bomb safely handled in central province of Quang Binh

227-kg bomb safely handled in central province of Quang Binh

A 227-kg bomb, found in the river in the central province of Quang Binh, was safely disposed on July 20.
Three NGOs join forces to conduct war-era mine clearance in Quang Binh

Three NGOs join forces to conduct war-era mine clearance in Quang Binh

Three non-government organisation (NGOs) will join hands to create safe land and return it to communities in central Quang Binh province.
Cyclists complete 600-kilometre Cambodia cycle to raise funds for MAG

Cyclists complete 600-kilometre Cambodia cycle to raise funds for MAG

A team of 33 UK Convenience and Wholesale retail sector colleagues has just finished cycling through extreme heat to cross Cambodia in six days to raise awareness and life-saving funds for the Mines Advisory Group (MAG)'s work in countries from Angola to Vietnam, and Bosnia to Zimbabwe.
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