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Marines from Combat Logistics Battalion 2, 2nd Marine Logistics Group, pay close attention as counter-IED instructor and retired Marine Corps Master Sgt. David Slay demonstrates how to use a holley stick to find loose wires, bombs, or battery packs underground August 19, 2014 in Holly Ridge, North Carolina.  The holley stick, comprised of a 15-foot pole with a sicle head attached, was named after it's inventor, Explosive Ordinance Technician Gunnery Sgt. Floyd C. Holley.  "To date, no Marines have been killed using the holley stick," said counter-IED instructor Travis Hiller.
140819-M-TA826-040.JPG Photo By: Lance Cpl. Kirstin Merrimarahajara

Aug 25, 2014
Holly Ridge, NC, US - Marines from Combat Logistics Battalion 2, 2nd Marine Logistics Group, pay close attention as counter-IED instructor and retired Marine Corps Master Sgt. David Slay demonstrates how to use a holley stick to find loose wires, bombs, or battery packs underground August 19, 2014 in Holly Ridge, North Carolina. The holley stick, comprised of a 15-foot pole with a sicle head attached, was named after it's inventor, Explosive Ordinance Technician Gunnery Sgt. Floyd C. Holley. "To date, no Marines have been killed using the holley stick," said counter-IED instructor Travis Hiller.


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