The bomb was discovered in the garden of a resident in My Loc commune of Tam Binh district. It measured 1.2m in length and posed a great risk to everyone within proximity.
It took sappers nearly two hours to deactivate the bomb and transport it a safe distance from residential areas for a controlled detonation. The provincial sappers also collected three 105mm artillery ammunitions in the vicinity.
The collection and deactivation of bombs, mines, and unexploded ordnances (UXOs) aims to ensure the safety of residents in their daily lives and production activities, while gradually clearing the vast quantity of UXOs which remain as a dark legacy of America’s war.