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  • Mac and Gudger: Defending Tyndall

    Staff Sgt. Dailan Gudger, 325th Security Forces Squadron military working dog handler, has a responsibility to protect and defend Tyndall with his canine partner by his side. Together they sniff out explosives, narcotics and chase after the occasional bad guy.

  • 332d EMDG dental team supports K-9 tooth extraction

    The 332d Expeditionary Medical Group Dental Clinic partnered with 248th Medical Detachment Veterinary Service Support, 3rd Medical Command, to perform a tooth extraction and cleaning for a 332d Expeditionary Security Forces Squadron military working dog. Dental care is vital for military working

  • Saviors in the Skies

    Members of 379th Expeditionary Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron tested their operational capabilities of in-air medical care for both service members and service animals by simulating treatment for a critical care patient, a surgical litter patient, and a military working dog.

  • Offutt dog handler gets valuable training during his MWD’s surgery

    While deployed in Kuwait in May with his military working dog (MWD), Staff Sgt. Steven Ramirez of the 55th Wing Security Forces Squadron felt a lump on his dog’s torso. Lumen, a 7-year-old bomb-sniffing dog, didn’t appear to be in any physical pain but Ramirez took him to see the veterinarian for an

  • Nellis Defenders ramp up training

    The 99th Security Forces Squadron (SFS) continues to modify and advance its training to prepare for potential threats and effectively protect Nellis and its neighboring communities.

  • Tyndall brings in the big dogs

    The first official semi-autonomous robot dogs were delivered to Tyndall on March 22 for integration into the 325th Security Forces Squadron.