Blast-resistant clothing can leave you unscathed after an explosion, but no material is entirely bombproof if you're close enough to the blast. What do bomb suits consist of, and who's wearing them on the job?
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Who doesn't tend to wear blast-resistant clothing?
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What are the standard components of a blast-resistant suit?
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What are bomb suits usually made of?
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Why are blast-resistant suits good at protecting you from bombs?
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Demining aprons, often used in humanitarian missions that clear mines, don't protect your ___.
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What part of a bomb blast inflicts the most damage?
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What's an IED?
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Which country is developing bombproof buses?
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Which of the following isn't a blast-resistant structure currently in use in public spaces?
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