It has never been a great job, but in the Iraq war, where improvised explosive devices are a leading cause of injury and death, being a member of the military bomb squad is more dangerous than ever. Few know that better than Kenneth Falke, a former Navy Explosive Ordnance Device boss, and Sherri Beck, wife of an EOD veteran. They've helped to create a group to assist wounded EOD team members. The Virginia-based Wounded EOD Warrior Foundation raises money to provide $2,500 to those injured and their families "no questions asked," says Beck. Most use it to travel to the hospitals to visit their injured relatives, she says.