CO-1 Describe specific dates in relation to discovery, invention and use of various explosives.
CO-2 List important scientists and inventors who played essential roles in explosives development.
CO-3 Explain the cause and effect relationship of experimental tests with early explosives use and testing.
CO-4 Discuss the importance of explosives development for mining operations.
CO-5 Describe the importance of engineering principles and technology for the past 2 centuries
CO-6 Recount early military use of explosive and incendiary compounds.
CO-7 Explain the significance of World War II bomb disposal procedures.
CO-8 List the series of events leading up to the first successful nuclear tests.
CO-9 Discuss military bomb disposal’s expansion into chemical, biological and nuclear ordnance.
CO-10 Recall the growth and diversity of both military and civilian EOD organizations.
CO-11 Recognize the sacrifices made by EOD personnel on a global scale.
CO-12 Underline the differences between organizational histories of EOD units from a civilian and military perspective to include international concerns.
CO-13 Examine the importance, and role of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Department of Transportation (DOT), Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), and other State and Local organizations in relation to disaster responses involving hazardous explosives Weapons of Mass Destruction and other like materials.