Sgt. Anouska a Tactical Explosive Detection Dog has just found detonation cord under a T-wall and now stands at attention to let his handler know that he has found some explosives. This was a demonstration showcasing different types of military dogs and their capabilities at International Security Assistance Force Regional Command-South headquarters on Kandahar Air Field.
(Photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Jimmie Crockett)
As promised-actually footage of Working Dog Diego “sniffing it” Khandahar style!
Renco, a military working dog with the Provost Marshall’s Office, takes a well earned break after running a circuit obedience course. Renco and Lance Cpl. Sky T. Bryson, have worked together for almost ten months.
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The angry offender got out of his truck and charged at the military police officer. The officer ordered him to stop. The angry man ignored the officer’s command and charged at him.
Without hesitation the army military police officer opened the back door to his patrol vehicle with an automatic button clipped to his belt. His four legged partner, Uti, bounded from the truck and instantly started to growl, showing her long fangs.
I shivered as I stared at the intimidating four legged army military police officer.
“Stop and put your hands on your head or I will sic my dog on you,” the officer said.
Drool slung from Uti’s mouth as she danced around barking ferociously and waiting for the command to attack.
The angry man hesitated at the sight of the animal’s long fangs but didn’t back down. Neither did Uti.
The officer thought through his choices. … Read More »