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Military working dogs have been an integral part of military strategy from the Roman Army to the trenches of World Wars I and II. Today, 366th Security Forces Squadron handlers place their lives in the paws of their canine counterparts overseas and at home, relying on them to search-out contraband and take down terrorists. (U.S. Air Force graphic by Tech. Sgt. Samuel Morse) More than a ‘tool’
Military working dog: a type of dog that learns and performs various tasks such as scouting, guarding and contraband detection. These dogs have been used for thousands of years and have proven invaluable in current operations in Southwest Asia.Logisticians and planners may see them as numbers on a deployment document. For others, who have been on
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