100 Images From Afghanistan - Day 82. The use of K9 teams has proved essential in the detection of booby traps, improvised explosive devices (IEDs) and other explosives that would otherwise be undetectable to modern technologies, greatly increasing soldier safety.
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Have you noticed most homeless people have a dog? Does make you think. I think we all need someone. A dog is comfort and loving on cold lonely nights. They don't care what you have. All they want is to be cared for. That is the same as some of us,
In last week's post I sent a dispatch from Lackland AFB in San Antonio, Texas where I attended the DoD's K-9 Trials -- a dog team competition that hadn't been hosted there since 9/11. The competition itself spanned three long days. Each day every team had to complete a series of new tasks, which stretched from detaining unruly and aggressive "suspects" they encountered on a patrol, to multiple cordon searches for explosives (or for the narcotics dogs, drugs).