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.
The ceremony organized by the Romanian Embassy in Bratislava in cooperation with the Office of Defence Attaché accredited in Slovakia and Honorary Consulate of Romania in Banska Bystrica took place in the Central Military Cemetery in the town of Zvolen.
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From 2 to 4 July 2019 Romanian EOD Training Base Commander LTC Catalin SARACU accompanied by EOD Chief Instructor LTC Ionel BACANU visited the Centre and observed the delivery of HME-A (Homemade Explosives Course Advanced) in Military Training Area (MTA) Lest.
Following the NATO EOD COE visit of SWEDEC in May 2019, Commanding Officer Captain Royal Sweden Navy (RSwN) Frederik H D Peedu, accompanied by Regimental Sergeant Major Rasmus Garnå visited NATO EOD COE.
The course was delivered by the EOD COE Mobile Training Team within the premises of the 15th The NATO EOD COE organized two iterations of the Homemade Explosives Course – basic.Engineer Regiment in Bechyně. The duration of each course iteration was three days and both courses were delivered from 28th of May till 5th of June.