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    Another set from Military Dogs of Colombian Armed Forces
















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    from Military Dogs of Colombian Armed Forces!!!!










    Colombian National Police Dogs


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    Colombian National Police Jungla Commandos Dog















    Thats my final set
    Hope you will like the pictures!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by santana View Post
    Hope you will like the pictures!!!

    We like !! Awesome pictures mate !!

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    Staff Sgt. Jonathan Rose, 6th Military Police Detachment military working dog handler, plays with his partner, Micki, a Belgian Malinois, at the MP kennel at Fort Rucker June 25.

    Staff Sgt. Jonathan Rose, 6th MP Detachment military working dog handler, gives his partner, Micki, a Belgian Malinois, a bath at the MP kennel at Fort Rucker prior to deploying to Afghanistan June 25.

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    A police dog attacks a trainer during trials at the regional police cynologist centre of Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, July 2, 2010. Dogs go through tests to determine their suitability to service in the police force.

    A police dog tries to jump over an obstacle during trials at the regional police cynologist centre of Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, July 2, 2010. Dogs go through tests to determine their suitability to service in the police force.

    A police dog tries to jump over an obstacle during trials at the regional police cynologist centre of Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, July 2, 2010. Dogs go through tests to determine their suitability to service in the police force.

    A police dog jumps over obstacles during trials at the regional police cynologist centre of Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, July 2, 2010. Dogs go through tests to determine their suitability to service in the police force.

    A police dog attacks a trainer during trials at the regional police cynologist centre of Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, July 2, 2010. Dogs go through tests to determine their suitability to service in the police force.

    A police dog crawls through obstacles during trials at the regional police cynologist centre of Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, July 2, 2010. Dogs go through tests to determine their suitability to service in the police force. A police dog crawls through obstacles during trials at the regional police cynologist centre of Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, July 2, 2010. Dogs go through tests to determine their suitability to service in the police force.
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    Dogs in PLA.

























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    Awesome pictures Hammer!!!! Keep them coming!!!!

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    A policeman trains his dog at a police academy in Baghdad June 27, 2010. At Baghdad's police training college, some of the 12 Alsatians and other breeds now deployed as bomb sniffers in the capital speak to the cultural aversion that has likely cost lives in the fight against a still potent insurgency. Picture taken June 27, 2010.

    A police sniffer dog jumps over an obstacle at a police academy in [*******#416799]Baghdad[/COLOR] June 27, 2010. At Baghdad's police training college, some of the 12 Alsatians and other breeds now deployed as bomb sniffers in the capital speak to the cultural aversion that has likely cost lives in the fight against a still potent insurgency. Picture taken June 27, 2010.



    A policeman trains his dog at a police academy in [*******#416799]Baghdad[/COLOR], June 27, 2010. At Baghdad's police training college, some of the 12 Alsatians and other breeds now deployed as bomb sniffers in the capital speak to the cultural aversion that has likely cost lives in the fight against a still potent insurgency. Picture taken June 27, 2010.

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    Some pics from Afghanistan

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    ^^ Great pix Jocker, nice to see you posting on the old (new) thread again !! ^^

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    Yeah Jocker welcome back. I am sure you have many pictures of dogs in the Army

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    Warrant Officer Glen King, an aircraft technician at No. 38 Squadron (38SQN), with 38SQN mascot 'King', in front of a 38SQN King Air aircraft at RAAF Base Townsville. (defence.gov.au)

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    Hey BZ that looks like a Dingo, dont you think???

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    I presume the Iraqi Dogs were donated by NATO countries?

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    [SIZE=2][FONT=Times New Roman][FONT=Times New Roman][SIZE=2][SIZE=2][FONT=Times New Roman][FONT=Times New Roman][SIZE=2]An armed police officers stands with his dog during ar hunt for Raoul Thomas Moat, in Rothbury, northeast England on July 6, 2010. British police said today they were 'closing the net' on a fugitive suspected of shooting three people, after arresting two men who were initially believed to have been taken hostage by the gunman. Moat, 37, has been on the run for four days since allegedly shooting his ex-girlfriend, her boyfriend and a police officer in northeast England at the weekend. The boyfriend died and the others were badly injured.[/SIZE][/FONT][/FONT][/SIZE][/SIZE][/FONT][/FONT][/SIZE]
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