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


Citrus County Sheriff’s Deputy Kyle Riemer runs with his K-9 partner Ranger on Monday morning toward a Floral City home where a man has barricaded himself. After more than a two-hour standoff the man surrendered to law enforcement. No injuries were reported in the incident.
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US Army soldiers, rifles in hand, wear gas masks during a training exercise related to chemical attacks, California, 1943. Along with the soldiers, a dog with a first aid pack strapped to its side
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Former MARSOC dog handler and US War Dogs board member, Alex Schnel

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A U.S. Marine Corps military working dog assigned to Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni’s Provost Marshal’s Office participates in water aggression training at MCAS Iwakuni, Japan, Sept. 8, 2022. K9 water aggression training is designed to build dogs’ confidence in water. MCAS Iwakuni’s port provided K9 teams the opportunity to refine obedience training, commands, and reactions when posed with a potential threat in an atypical environment.
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18 K9 teams from the Third Brigade successfully completed the training course in preparation, search, detection of explosives and narcotics, thus supporting the development of operations that guarantee the safety of Colombians.





the groundbreaking ceremony for the U.S. Coast Guard Jack Ayre K9 Memorial. This is the first memorial devoted to dogs who have served in the Coast Guard. Today marked the next important step to formally establish a memorial where Coast Guard service dogs will forever be remembered and honored for their service and sacrifice.

The memorial is dedicated to Seaman First Class Jack Ayre, who served in World War II as a member of the Coast Guard beach patrol, tasked with the important mission to protect America’s shores against German and Japanese spies who attempted to land ashore from submarines positioned along the Eastern Seaboard. Ayre’s patrol companion was a German Shepherd named Mal, who as a military working dog, accompanied him on assignments from the Coast Guard’s Rehoboth Beach Lifeboat Station in Delaware.

Several dozen people attended the ceremony, including K9 handlers, high-ranking Coast Guard officers, and generous donors from the Coast Guard Foundation and the Chief Warrant Officers Association Golden Gate Chapter. The hardhat-clad donors broke ground using golden shovels.
The memorial is scheduled to be unveiled on K9 Veteran's Day next March.

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