Written in HTML5 and compatible with all modern web browsers, Code 33 leverages multiple cutting-edge web technologies, including CoffeeScript, LESS, Handlebars, jQuery, and Backbone, to deliver a fast, easily accessible user interface, while also enabling the same depth of investigation that can be expected from any Palantir experience. In this demonstration, we show how an analyst can use Code 33 to discover non-obvious relationships in support of counter-IED operations. The data set includes significant activities (SIGACTs) in Iraq from February 2004 to December 2007, which were provided by the Combating Terrorism Center at West Point, and other notional reporting and weapons activity. Individuals in the data set are fictional (they have been given names of stars and constellations). Any resemblance to real people is entirely coincidental.