Tony 'Bomber' Bower-Miles was a young sapper in the Australian Army when he first went to Vietnam in 1969. Landmines were one of the biggest threats faced by troops on both sides, and much of Bomber's work involved task of clearing them. He saw mates and colleagues killed and horribly injured around him, leaving him with a deep-rooted hatred of these deadly weapons. He returned to Australia scarred, battered and unable to relate to a peacetime world. But Bomber wasn't ready to let the war beat him. In 2001, he returned to South East Asia, putting his old skills to work in the dangerous job of clearing the millions of forgotten land mines that litter Cambodia.