Marine Military Working Dog handler recieves instruction from an Army Staff Sergeant

Millitary Dog Picture of the Week (March 21, 2012): Kong Euphoria!

A U.S. Marine Military Working Dog Handler receives a critique from a U.S. Army Staff Sergeant McCoy, an instructor at the Inter-Service Advanced Skills K-9 (IASK) Course, YUMA Proving Grounds Arizona. March 14, 2012.

A Military Working Dog and his Kong

 

A U.S. Air Force Military Working Dog enjoys his Kong after running a lane at “K9 village” at ISAK Course, Yuma Proving Grounds Arizona. K9 village is a mock village designed to test a Military Working Dog Team on their search capabilities. March 14, 2012

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14 thoughts on “Millitary Dog Picture of the Week (March 21, 2012): Kong Euphoria!

  1. Adriana Johnson

    Interesting I like the award. I went to college with several people from Yuma. Go Arizona, Go Military dogs and their soldiers. What are the oragne items in a soldiers vest?

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    1. Kevin Hanrahan Post author

      Those are chemlights….. (Glow in teh dark sticks) handlers sometimes use them to mark the spot their dogs responded to an odor….then they back the heck away!

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