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    Bomb sniffer dog Corporal Ace seaches for explosives near a US Marine during a patrol around Huskers camp in the outskirts of Marjah in central Helmand on January 26. Corporal Ace is one of a quartet of expert dogs trained to sniff five kinds of explosives, from military grade plastic C-4 bombs to chemicals used by the Taliban to make their so-called improvised explosive devices (IEDs). #military dogs

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