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Welcome to the web site created to enable sharing of information within the EOD community. It is accessible to the entire professional  EOD community at  operational, tactical and strategic levels, scientists, people working in the field of training, execution, development and research, and companies dealing with the EOD products.

I do realize that there exists a lot of web sites dedicated to the EOD subjects, however, none of them provides you with the satisfaction of all requirements and needs. This website offers information access to databases areas:

  • Lessons learned from both operations and training
  • Training and education for current operations
  • Concept, doctrine and standardization development
  • Technologies, research and development

Some content of the website and information displayed are a password protected and access is granted only to the registered users. We very much appreciate your opinions, comments or any proposals to enhance the website.

Information on the website is UNCLASSIFIED and releasable to the EAPC (Euro-Atlantic Partnership Council) countries and the EUMS (European Union Military Staff). Sensitive information is open to registered users only, otherwise in compliance with Terms of Reference for this website.






Representatives of C-IED COE visit the EOD COE

2 June 2016
In harmony with preparations for the NATO EOD Demonstrations and Trials 2016 (NATO EOD DaT16) to be held in Bratislava on 6-7 SEP 2016, Col Mike Evans, Deputy Director of the NATO C-IED COE and Maj Phil Cordaro, Section Chief of the NATO C-IED COE visited the NATO EOD COE on 2 JUN 2016.

State Secretary of the Ministry of Defence visits the EOD Centre of Excellence

3 May 2016
On 3rd May 2016 the Second State Secretary of the Ministry of Defence of the Slovak Republic Ivan MÁČOVSKÝ visited the EOD Centre of Excellence in Trenčín.

Wreath Lying Ceremony

26 April 2016
On 26 April 2016, the representatives of the EOD Centre of Excellence LTC Augustin Cirjan and MAJ Pavel Truchly took part in a ceremony commenorating over 10,000 Romanian soldiers who faught heroically and sacrificed their lives for the liberation of the Slovak territory in World War II.



5th Lessons Learned Seminar

25 October 2016