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

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Marine Raiders and their multi-purpose canines train in urban and desert environments to become familiar with hostile conditions in preparation for future operations. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Brennan Priest)

ARTA, Djibouti (August 19, 2021) U.S. Navy Master-at-Arms 2nd Class Tayler Hudson, from Sigonella, Italy, works with her Military Working Dog (MWD), Bojar, at the Djiboutian Range Complex, Djibouti, Aug. 19, 2021. Hudson is currently stationed at Camp Lemonnier, Djibouti (CLDJ), which serves as an expeditionary base for U.S. military forces providing support to ships, aircraft and personnel that ensure security throughout Europe, Africa and Southwest Asia. CLDJ enables maritime and combat operations in the Horn of Africa while fostering positive U.S.-Africa relations. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Jacob Sippel)
Today, in the Military Commando Unit (JWK), Polish Armed Forces, the soldiers said goodbye to one of the fighting dogs (K9), who, after an intense period, ends his service in JWK. As always in similar farewells, the ceremony took place in the Hall of Tradition in the unit. As emphasized in the farewell, the four-legged commando certainly proved itself during the operations carried out and significantly raised their level, it also took part in several foreign missions.


What's next with this K9? We ask this question to his guardian, who also took part in the ceremony: “The dog stays with me, I cannot imagine after all that we went through during our joint missions, it would go into other hands. We are bound by friendship, this attachment is mutual, I know how to take care of it, bearing in mind his needs and special training.
How do I remember serving with him? He is a dog with a heart to fight, never - for many years of service together - he never left me in any situation, he was always ready to fight even in a new environment, he never backed away from anything. I could always rely on him, knowing he would do any job. He never disappointed me. Now I will take care of him after his service".

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