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PEO Soldier Evaluates the Next Generation Advanced Bomb Suit

SSG Nikolas Brodock, an Explosive Ordinance (sic) Disposal Specialist with 55th EOD CO, conducts a series of tests to evaluate the function of the Next Generation Advanced Bomb Suit (NGABS) during a Soldier Touch Point at Ft. Belvior, VA., June 1, 2022. The NGABS increases Soldier readiness to respond to evolving threats by providing EOD Soldiers with 360° ballistic protection and drastically increasing situational awareness.

7 Responses to “PEO Soldier Evaluates the Next Generation Advanced Bomb Suit”

  1. Rob c says:

    Ordinance is a bylaw
    Ordnance is the word you’re lookin for

  2. Mike says:

    You don’t use (sic) when you aren’t quoting something

    Just admit you misspelled it and don’t try to pass the blame off to another source.

    • SSD says:

      Don’t call someone a liar when they aren’t. You look like an idiot.

      • Mike says:

        Your citation for the site is…..a Facebook post? That’s not how this works, lol.

        There’s zero citation or mention of a source in this post at all.

        What are you taking about? Why am I even on this random site arguing with you?

  3. Mike says:

    And before another silly reply, and you for no reason call me an idiot again, here’s how the original post should have gone:

    “original paragraph Ordinance (sic) rest of original paragraph”

    – credit to Whatever site this was found out, http://www.whatever.com

    This puts the burden of grammar and spelling on the original author, as well as doesn’t let readers of your site believe this was original copy, which is plagiarism.

    So it’s proper to always quote and cite words that were not written on your own. And then when you notice an error in the quotation, you use (sic), with a way to reference the original work.

    The end

    • SSD says:

      I take it back, you don’t look like an idiot. You are one.

      What might the term “guest post” mean?