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    Treo, a eight-year-old black Labrador from the Military Working Dogs, who is to be presented Wednesday with Britain's ****in medal, awarded for bravery and commitment in wartime, the highest military honor an animal can expect, poses with the medal and with his handler Sergeant David Heyhoe at the Imperial War Museum in London, Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2010. Treo is being decorated for his work sniffing out explosives in Afghanistan. (AP photo)


    In this photo taken Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2010, an Iraqi police dog handler watches a bomb-sniffing dog jump during a training session at the police college in Baghdad, Iraq. The American military is rushing delivery of bomb detection dogs to Iraq, following a request by Prime Minister Nouri al Maliki's government for more canines after questions were raised about whether a bomb detection device widely used at Iraqi checkpoints works, U.S. and Iraqi officials said. (AP photo)


    In this photo taken Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2010, an Iraqi police dog handler watches a bomb-sniffing dog jump during a training session at the police college in Baghdad, Iraq. (AP photo)


    In this photo taken Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2010, an Iraqi police dog handler is attacked by a bomb-sniffing dog during a training session at the police college in Baghdad, Iraq. (AP photo)


    In this photo taken Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2010, an Iraqi police dog handler watches a bomb-sniffing dog jump a obstacle during a training session at the police college in Baghdad, Iraq. (AP photo)


    Military police use K-9 dogs to secure the area around the U.S. Magistrate court prior to a pre-trial hearing for Maj. Nidal Hasan,Tuesday, June 1, 2010, in Fort Hood, Texas. Hasan, who is accused of opening fire at Fort Hood and killing 13 and wounding dozens more, was to make his first military courtroom appearance Tuesday as his attorney seeks to delay the case. (AP photo)


    Security officers patrol with dogs during the arrival of Honduras' soccer national team at the Kruger International Airport in Nelspruit, South Africa, Monday June 14, 2010. Honduras will face Chile on June 16 in the group H for the soccer World Cup (AP photo)


    Philippine soldiers march with their dogs during the celebration of the 112th anniversary of the proclamation of Philippine independence at the Quirino Grandstand in Luneta, Manila, on June 12, 2010. The Philippines marked today the proclamation of independence from Spanish colonial administration in 1898 by Filipino revolutionaries, the same year that the islands were ceded to the US. The Philippines finally became an independent state in 1946 following the end of World War Two. (G**** Images)

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    A security specialised trained dog from the Empangeni Dog Unit and a member of the South African Police Services (SAPS) walk out after a sweep at the Umhlatuze Sports Stadium at Richards Bay, some 160 kilometres north of Durban on June 15, 2010. The SAPS has taken over the security of the inner parametres of the four out of nine World Cup stadiams after private security guards downed tools in a pay dispute. Durban is one of the nine stadiums that will stage the 2010 World Cup football tournament at the 70,000-seat Moses Mabhida stadium from June 11 to July 11.

    A security specialised trained dog from the Empangeni Dog Unit jumps into a car of the South African Police Services (SAPS ) after a sweep at the Umhlatuze Sports Stadium at Richards Bay, some 160 kilometres north of Durban on June 15, 2010. The SAPS has taken over the security of the inner parametres of the four out of nine [*******#416799]World Cup[/COLOR] stadiams after private security guards downed tools in a pay dispute. Durban is one of the nine stadiums that will stage the 2010 World Cup football tournament at the 70,000-seat Moses Mabhida stadium from June 11 to July 11.
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    Lance Cpl. William Sullivan, a dog handler with the mobile section of 81 mm Mortars Platoon, Weapons Company, 3rd Battalion, 6th Marine Regiment, provides security with his dog, Coal, during a patrol in Marjah, Helmand province, Afghanistan, March 31. Marines from 3/6 and soldiers from the Afghan National Army are in Marjah to support Operation Moshtarak, a push to rid the area of Taliban presence and intimidation.

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    [*******#0000ff][*******#0000ff][*******#0000ff][*******black]Brush and plants make for difficult terrain for Staff Sgt. Marcelo Figueroa, a military working dog handler who hails from York Haven, Pa., assigned to the Camp Victory Provost Marshall's Office, and his German Sheppard, Lasso, during a clearing operation in Doura, June 13 2009. The dogs took turns patrolling the thick palm grove to prevent exhausting themselves in the extreme conditions, added Figueroa.[/COLOR] [/COLOR]
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    Air Force Staff Sgt. Christopher Ebeling, a military working dog handler from Castle Dale, Utah, assigned to Camp Victory Provost Marshall's Office, and his German Sheppard, Nero, navigate through a palm grove during a clearing mission with the North Carolina National Guard Soldiers of Company A, 252nd Combined Arms Battalion, 30th Heavy Brigade Combat Team, in Doura, June 13 2009. Ebeling, from the 732nd Expeditionary Security Forces Squadron from Ellsworth, N.D., is on his third tour of the Middle East and has been in the military for 12 years.
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    Soldiers walked from Joint Security Station Doura to a nearby palm grove to complete a caches and explosives clearing mission in order to help security in the neighborhood, here, June 13 2009. Lasso, a German Sheppard military working dog, and Staff Sgt. Marcelo Figueroa, a military working dog handler from York Haven, Pa., assigned to the Camp Victory Provost Marshall's Office, helped supplement the mission along with two other military working dogs and handlers.
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    Nero, a German Sheppard military working dog, and his handler, Castle Dale, Utah, native, Air Force Staff Sgt. Christopher Ebeling, a military working dog handler assigned to Camp Victory Provost Marshall's Office, lead a group of Soldiers from Company A, 252nd Combined Arms Battalion, 30th Heavy Brigade Combat Team, through a thick palm grove searching for weapons or explosives in Doura, June 13, 2009. Only a few months ago, Ebeling and Nero were in South Dakota with much cooler temperatures, but Ebeling said that one of the best things about German Sheppards is their ability to adapt quickly.
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    [*******black]Soldiers from Company A, 252nd Combined Arms Battalion, 30th Heavy Brigade Combat Team, beat down the brush in an effort to find insurgent weapons caches or explosives as Staff Sgt. Marcelo Figueroa, a military working dog handler from York Haven, Pa., assigned to the Camp Victory Provost Marshall's Office, and his German Sheppard, Lasso, search the area to help supplement the combat power of the infantrymen. [/COLOR]
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    Staff Sgt. Marcelo Figueroa, a military working dog handler from York Haven, Pa., assigned to the Camp Victory Provost Marshall's Office, waits with his German Sheppard, Lasso, for a joint caches and weapons clearing mission in Doura, June 13 2009. The mission included national police and Soldiers from Company A, 252nd Combined Arms Battalion, 30th Heavy Brigade Combat Team.
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    On only their second mission this deployment, Lasso, a German Sheppard military working dog and his dog handler, York Haven, Pa., native, Staff Sgt. Marcelo Figueroa, assigned to the Camp Victory Provost Marshall's Office, patrol along the side of a road on their way to search a palm grove in Doura, June 13 2009. Lasso is on his third deployment to Iraq and is trained to smell weapons caches and explosives, according Figueroa.
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    Norwegen soldier with his dog.


    Dogs of the empire defense.


    Parade on Red Square, May 1, 1938.


    Lieutenant General Hahm (CDR 260th Infantry Division) at Uspech Russia, May 1943.


    Imperial Japanese Army War dog "Saburo"


    Japanese infantry with their war dogs, 1938.


    U.S. Marine Raiders and their dogs, 1943.


    General George S. Patton's dog ''Willie'', 1946.


    Pfc. Rez P. Hester, takes a nap while ''Butch'' his war dog stands guard, 1945 Iwo Jima.


    War dog on Iwo Jima.

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    Hey BZ look what I Found!!!!!!!!!



    I think its an USMC K-9 handler in Iwo Jima if I am not wrong

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    ^^ Nice find mate !! ^^

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    A police dog is seen in a cage at Green Point Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa, Friday June 18, 2010. England will play against Algeria in a soccer World Cup Group C match at Green Point Stadium in Cape Town Friday.

    Cpl. Benjamin Shaffer, the chief military working dog handler with Military Police Support Company, II Marine Expeditionary Force Headquarters Group, praises Shandi after she found explosive odors planted by the Marines aboard Camp Lejeune, N.C., June 9, 2010. Dog handlers and their dogs perform daily training to keep themselves prepared for deployment.

    Cpl. Simeon Dunker and military working dog, Maxi, participate in a recent force protection exercise at Fort Rucker June 17.

    Lance Cpl. Joe Singer, a military working dog handler with Military Police Support Company, II Marine Expeditionary Force Headquarters Group, performs explosive detection training with his dog, Lubus, aboard Camp Lejeune, N.C., June 9, 2010. The purpose of the training is to keep both the Marines and their dogs ready for detecting explosives such as improvised explosive devices and caches while in the battlefield.

    Cpl. Derrick Priest, a military working dog handler with Military Police Support Company, II Marine Expeditionary Force Headquarters Group, directs his dog, Shandi, to turn left during explosive detection training aboard Camp Lejeune, N.C., June 9, 2010. Priest is directing Shandi through a radio from a distance to help Shandi build her independence and trust between the two of them.
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    USMC K-9 handler in Afganistan


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    Quote Originally Posted by santana View Post
    usmc k-9 handler in afganistan

    sweet!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    1st Battalion The Royal Gurkha Rifles soldiers, one with a sniffer dog, lead a Royal Engineers patrol from their base in Nahr e Saraj village to search for Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) in the area in Helmand province on June 21, 2010. The British total military death toll in the Afghan conflict rose to 300 on June 21, 2010, as the death of a marine marked a grim landmark during a year which has already seen the second-highest number of British fatalities since operations began in 2001.

    A military sniffer dog accompanies a Royal Engineers patrol from their base in Nahr e Saraj village to search for Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) in the area in [*******black]Helmand province[/COLOR] on June 21, 2010. The British total military death toll in the Afghan conflict rose to 300 on June 21, 2010, as the death of a marine marked a grim landmark during a year which has already seen the second-highest number of British fatalities since operations began in 2001.

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    [*******#0000ff][*******#0000ff][*******black]Staff Sgt. Jerald Majetic, from St. Augustine, Fla., last deployed with the 304th Psychological Operations Company pets a military working dog after the eleven wounded warriors watched a demonstration by the military working dogs and their trainers in Basrah, Iraq, where they visited with service members June 15, 2010. The wounded warriors spent the week, June 12-16, touring Iraq, visiting the sites where they had been injured, and taking time to meet with troops to talk about their experiences. The operation provided the opportunity for injured veterans to also see the overall progress that has been made in country since their deployed service. The goal is to provide closure for their traumatic experience and give them the chance to exit Iraq on their own terms.[/COLOR] [/COLOR][/COLOR]
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    Army Staff Sgt. Christopher Bain, from Williamsport, Pa., last deployed with 2nd brigade 1st armored division pets a military working dog after the eleven wounded warriors watched a demonstration by the military working dogs and their trainers in Basrah, Iraq where they visited with service members June 15, 2010. The wounded warriors spent the week, June 12-16, touring Iraq, visiting the sites where they had been injured, and taking time to meet with troops to talk about their experiences. The operation provided the opportunity for injured veterans to also see the overall progress that has been made in country since their deployed service. The goal is to provide closure for their traumatic experience and give them the chance to exit Iraq on their own terms.
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    Bronislaw Komorowski, speaker of the parliament and presidential candidate from the Civil Platform Party (PO), touches a dog of Border Guard specialized to find cigarettes in Kuznica on the border between Poland and Belarus, eastern Poland June 22, 2010. Poland's centrist presidential candidate Komorowski faces a tight run-off vote against his right-wing rival Jaroslaw Kaczynski on July 4 after beating him by only a few percentage points in a Sunday vote.

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    A South Korean soldier guides a sniffer dog as fellow soldiers return to their barrack in Cheorwon, northeast of Seoul, after patroling the heavily guarded border with North Korea on June 23, 2010. The world's last cold war frontier remains tense 60 years after the Korean War ended in a fragile truce.

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    U.S. Army Maj. Jeff Kirby, left, gives the oath of enlistment to Bastogne VI, an English bulldog, during an induction ceremony for the mascot at Bastogne Field on Fort Campbell, Ky., June 18, 2010. Kirby, is 101st Airborne Division's commander of the rear detachment for the 1st Brigade Combat Team. (U.S. Army photo by Sam Shore)


    KEY WEST, Fla. (June 25, 2010) Master-at-Arms 2nd Class Matthew DuPont trains with his military working dog during an exercise at Naval Air Station Key West. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Michael McNabb/Released)
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    Colombian National Police K-9 Units






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