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VISION 2019 " to rebuild a Cambodia free from landmine contamination"
Tony "Bomber" Bower-Miles was a young engineer in the Australian Army when he first went to Vietnam in the late 1960's. Land mines, in particular US made M16 anti-personnel mines, were one of the major threats faced by our troops, and much of Bomber's work involved cleaning up their aftermath along with other explosive ordnance devices (EOD's) positioned by the enemy and used to great effect against Australian troops.
In 2001, Bomber returned to South East Asia, putting
his minefield breaching and clearance skills to work in the task of
locating and destroying some of the 4 to 6 million land mines that still
contaminate Cambodia. On a shoestring budget, Bomber established the
Vietnam Veterans' Mine Clearing Team. In early 2008 the Vietnam Veterans
Mine Clearing Team - Cambodia Inc was registered as an incorporated
entity in Queensland. (IA:36313) and registered with the Australian
Government Business Register (ABN.22 868 580 912).
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