Photos Pictures of Dogs in the Military & Police (K9)

MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. - Military working dog handlers with the U.S. Army Rangers and U.S. Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command multipurpose canine handlers fast-rope from a U.S. Navy MH-60 Seahawk helicopter during a multipurpose canine subject matter expert exchange hosted by 1st Marine Raider Battalion, MARSOC, on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California, July 24, 2019. The purpose of the MARSOC-hosted SMEE was to bring canine handlers together from different agencies and branches to conduct maritime and land-based training while exchanging tactics, techniques and procedures. (U.S Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Drake Nickels)
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Yesterday June 27, was #PTSDAwarenessDay, an opportunity to remember that PTSD can affect anyone, and be caused by any traumatic event. There are effective treatments for PTSD, although many people don’t get the help they need.

Between fiscal years 2016 and 2020, 93,346 received care for PTSD in the military health system. Of those service members, 74,232 were diagnosed during or following deployment.

Traumatic events causing PTSD can include but are not limited to: combat, sexual assault, serious accidents, natural disasters, physical abuse, and threats of injury or death.

Find more resources at https://www.pdhealth.mil/ptsd.
 
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Green Berets with 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne), Multipurpose Canine Detachment simulate clearing a room with their Military Working Dog at Fort Campbell, Ky, on October 4, 2018. Image used in the Special Operations Recruiting Battalion Campaign.

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Green Beret with 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne), Multipurpose Canine Detachment and his Military Working Dog scan for threats during a night training exercise on March 2, 2018. Image Used in the Special Operations Recruiting Battalion Campaign.
 
July 24th, 2008 Lance Corporal Kenneth Rowe, aged 24 from West Moor, Newcastle, of the Royal Army Veterinary Corps, and his army dog Sasha, were killed in a firefight with the Taliban in Sangin, Helmand Province
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Indian Army Remount Veterinary Corps (RVC) Centre & College, Meerut, pioneered COVID19 Detection Dog training in the country. Ten trained Army Dogs deployed under various formations have helped in real time screening of more than 12,000 transient samples, with remarkable success rate.
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Good Boy saves multiple lives
Indian Army averted a major terror attack by recovering 30 kg IED from Tangpura Bandh, Srinagar. Based on specific inputs, Army Dog & Bomb Squads recovered & in site destroyed the explosives.
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A Ukrainian Armed Forces dog handler observes a U.S. Air Force CV-22 Osprey during Exercise Sea Breeze 21 in a nondisclosed location on July 4, 2021. Exercise Sea Breeze is an annual event that brings together military units from several countries, and within 2d Marine Expeditionary Force, to enhance their warfighting capabilities and build strong relationships. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Jacqueline Parsons)
 

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