He’s the bomb

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He’s the bomb

Woody earns high praise; it must be his disarming charm
Bryant Cox, a bomb technician with the Farmington Police Department Bomb Squad, operates “Johnny” the department’s newest robot while he picks up a simulated pipe bomb.
The Farmington Police Department Bomb Squad created this logo, and officers have placed it on some of the squad’s equipment.

He’s the bomb

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Bryant Cox, a bomb technician with the Farmington Police Department Bomb Squad, operates “Johnny” the department’s newest robot while he picks up a simulated pipe bomb.
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The Farmington Police Department Bomb Squad created this logo, and officers have placed it on some of the squad’s equipment.
Facts about Woody:

Top speed: 5 mph.
Number of cameras: 4.
Battery life: 8-10 hours.
Cost: $200,000.
Claw grip: 50 pounds of pressure.
Lift: 25 to 65 pounds, depending on extension.
Vertical reach: 13 feet.
Accessories: Disrupter cannon, saw, drill, laser sighting, spotlight, pepper spray tank, 37 mm gun that fires bean-bag rounds and pepper spray.
Control: Joystick for movement, knobs for accessories.
Training to operate: One week with the manufacturer, 8 hours per month.

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