Worth A Thousand Words: Flying Dog

Photo: Asta, a military police working dog, attacks Petty Officer 2nd Class William Bryan during a controlled aggression demonstration on Ford Island at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam on April 13, 2013. Military working dogs are used to apprehend suspects and to detect explosives and narcotics while searching buildings, ships and submarines. U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Diana Quinlan

 

Asta, a military police working dog, attacks Petty Officer 2nd Class William Bryan during a controlled aggression demonstration on Ford Island at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam on April 13, 2013. Military working dogs are used to apprehend suspects and to detect explosives and narcotics while searching buildings, ships and submarines. U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Diana Quinlan

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  • Feecomax Indy

    People forget about the impact of war on animals- and the amount of
    truly amazing dogs who are trained to work in combat- and who die or are
    just left behind – not shipped back to the States – Rex is wonderful
    and lucky – sad though that we ‘deploy’ dogs – their only failing is
    that they will do ANYTHING for their ALPHA male. 

    Train a Dog