Target Selections & Planning.
Movement of Component and personnel.
Infrastructure (Safe houses, storage).
Support (Intl, Regional, Local).
Monitor & Detonate.
Dynamic Systemic threat
comprising multiple actors, state
and non state, who operate and
interact within adaptive and
network Systems that extend
beyond geographical boundaries.
Combination of IE
SEMTEX Plastic Explosive
Ammonia Nitrate & Aluminum
Ammonium Nitrate & Fuel oil Black
Potassium Chlorate (White
Sodium Chlorate (Yellow
TATP Common HMEs
HMTD built with Hydrogen
CONTAIN VARIOUS Forms of N2
(exploited by detection
technology which look for
Reduce effectiveness and lethality
of IED threat to allow extended
freedom of maneuver for security
forces and state agencies.
Prevent disruption in socio-
Pan Government Approach.
Coordinated effort of all applicable
agencies of national power.
Common understanding of Strategic
environment wrt IED challenges.
Building enduring capabilities.
ATTACK THE NW
DEFEAT THE DEVICE
TRAIN THE FORCE
Single/ Dual energy
Backscatter (Single/ Double beam)
Low Energy Microwave (Dielectrometry)
Terahertz/ Thermal Imaging
Ground Penetrating Radars
Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance
Thermal Neutron Activation
Fast Neutron Activation/ Pulsed Fast
Water jet Disrupter
Laser Ordinance Disposal
Jammers for RF IEDs
Institutional Mission focused
General Awareness to all Ranks
Centers of Excellence
3 dimensional visualisation
Modeling and Simulation
Information on IEDs
Modus operandi of terrorists
Do’s and Dont’s
Basic technology of detection systems
Focus 1 (Attack the NW)
C IED int
Weapon Technology int
Persistent Surveillance, recce, information ops
IED technical and Forensic exploitation
Disposal of unexploded/captured ordnance
Focus 2 (Defeat the IED)
Detect and neutralisation at safe stand off ranges
Identification of suspicious solids & liquids
Use of IED detection systems
Fixed. Vehicle mtd. Man portable. Detection robots
Vehicle optics sensor systems. Jammers.
Mechanical route clearing devices. Misc detection kits.
Training the trainers