Command Sgt. Maj. David Inglis, 3rd Infantry Division Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion command sergeant major, wears a protective suit and is attacked by a military working dog during a demonstration of the dogs� abilities at Kandahar Airfield, Sept. 29, 2012. The military working dogs, from 3rd Infantry Division�s K-9 unit, are used for various purposes including sniffing for explosive residue and protect military personnel.

Military Working Dog Video and pictures from Afghanistan!

Command Sgt. Maj. David Inglis, 3rd Infantry Division Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion command sergeant major, wears a protective suit and is attacked by a military working dog during a demonstration of the dogs abilities at Kandahar Airfield, Sept. 29, 2012.  The military working dogs, from 3rd Infantry Divisionn K-9 unit, are used for various purposes including sniffing for explosive residue and protect military personnel.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cjlglbc-WQ0[/youtube] 

This edition features a story about Staff Sergeant David Macdonald, a military dog handler originally from Mobile, Alabama, tells us about the importance of his job. (Produced by Marine Cpl. Liz Cisneros, Kandahar Province, Afghanistan.)

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3 thoughts on “Military Working Dog Video and pictures from Afghanistan!

  1. Andra

    Interesting. Both dogs certainly look powerful, smart and well trained. Great to see the teamwork involved between handler and dog. Keep up the good work guys, gals and dogs!

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