After the Long Walk
Let's put an end to EOD suffering through our peer-to-peer support network.
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Our logo contains the Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Master Badge with the center star removed and replaced with a semicolon. The semicolon is used when a sentence could have ended, but didn't. We felt that this was representative of your decision not to end your life, but reached out for help and continued your story. The wording is representative of our field reaching out to help one another. The logo was designed and donated to our group by former Army EOD Technician SSG Jason Meyer.