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Iingo, a 366th Security Forces Squadron military working dog, stands upon an obstacle ramp Nov. 29, 2017, at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho. The MWD obedience course contains new deodorized grass, perimeter lighting, and concrete tunnels. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Airman 1st Class JaNae Capuno) Mountain Home Air Force Base opens new military working dog obedience course
The 366th Security Forces Squadron military working dog handlers demonstrated the new MWD obedience course to a group of Gunfighters Nov. 29, 2017. The new course was built after wear and tear of the previous course and a rodent native to Mountain Home, commonly known as a whistle pig, made the course unusable.
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U.S. Air Force Col. Marco Galvez, left, chief endodontist of the 55th Dental Squadron, and U.S. Army Capt. Brian Adams, right, branch chief of Offutt's veterinarian services, perform a root canal on Dasty, a military working dog from the 55th Security Forces Squadron March 7, 2017 at  the Offutt Air Force Base Veterinary Treatment Facility. (Courtesy photo) Offutt dentist helps furry patient get back to work
Dasty, an Offutt military working dog, was brought in to the base Veterinary Treatment Facility by his handler last month for a routine dental cleaning when a fractured tooth was discovered. Through a pre-established agreement, a dentist from the 55th Dental Squadron and his assistant were called to assist with a root canal procedure.
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U.S. Air Force military working dog Ootter, assigned to the 355th Security Forces Squadron, barks at another 355th SFS member during a demonstration at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Ariz., Sept. 29, 2016. The 355th SFS mission is to protect, defend and fight to enable Air Force, joint and coalition mission success.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Mya M. Crosby) 355th SFS: a day in the life of a defender
The 355th Security Forces Squadron mission is to protect, defend and fight to enable Air Force, joint and coalition mission success. Security Forces members are responsible for ensuring the safety of base weapons, property and personnel from hostile forces. The 355th SFS consists of over 300 military and civilian personnel.
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Military working dog Tex is petted by his handler Staff Sgt. Matthew Stewart, a dog handler with the 55th Security Forces Squadron at Offutt Air Force Base, Neb., after being coined by Command Chief Master Sgt. Michael Morris June 28, 2016. Tex was officially retired at the ceremony after more than eight years of service at Offutt. (U.S. Air Force photo/Zach Hada) Offutt honors retiring military working dogs
A hush fell over the guard mount room of the 55th Security Forces Squadron at Offutt Air Force Base, Neb., June 28. Rows of Team Offutt members rose respectfully to await the official party. It was retirement season, but this was no normal retirement – while there would be awards given, cake eaten and speeches made, the focus was on two German Shepherds who trotted in, one after another, held loosely on leashes by handlers.
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Airman 1st Class Karen, 432nd Maintenance Squadron munitions flight crew members, inspects a GBU-12 Paveway II laser-guided bomb during a build March 1, 2016, at Creech Air Force Base, Nevada. On August 31, 1949, Secretary of Defense Louis Johnson announced the creation of an Armed Forces Day to replace separate Army, Navy, Marine Corps and Air Force Days.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christian Clausen/Released) Armed Forces Day: a tribute to those who serve

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