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Photo: Service members and stand by during a briefing prior to a patrol before one of the first scout dog patrols on Luzon during WWII.

Have you ever wondered when or how military working dogs became what they are today? Here are some facts and history about the K-9 Corps and military dogs.
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Riding in an armored truck over Afghanistan’s rutted dirt roads is scarcely a smooth or comfortable experience. Each bump is felt as springs groan and creak under the weight of the mine resistant, ambush-protected vehicle. The air conditioner circulates dusty …
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Alaska’s summer has arrived and its extended hours of daylight provide ample opportunity for recreation. Besides the hundreds of airmen who have anxiously waited for a chance to sample the outdoors, Eielson Air Force Base’s other tenants – its wildlife …
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Many children beg their parents for a dog. The floppy ears and wagging tail seem to attract children to man’s best friend. But many parents know that caring for a dog means a lot of responsibility, training and effort. Dog …
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By Staff Sgt. Nathanael Callon, www.379aew.afcent.af.mil 379th Air Expeditionary Wing Public Affairs Roy was nervous, no matter how much his partner tried to assure him that everything would be fine. Maybe it was the thought of seeing a dentist, or maybe …
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