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

Australian Commandos at Joint Base Lewis-McCord, Tacoma Washington

U.S. Marine Corps Cpl. Jonathan Gonzalez, a combat videographer attached to U.S. Marine Corps Forces, South for UNITAS LXIV, poses for a photo with a Colombian Marine Corps military working dog during the opening ceremony of exercise SOLIDAREX, aboard Escuela de Formación de Infantería Marina Coveñas in Coveñas, Colombia, July 9, 2023. Twelve ships from eight countries participated in the humanitarian assistance exercise designed to train a multinational task force to respond to large-scale emergencies. This was the largest exercise of this kind in the Caribbean. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Juan Carpanzano)
Secret Service agent with K9 teammate outside the UN headquarters in New York, September 2018
USAF Senior Airman and his K-9 at at Chabelley Airfield, Djibouti

Chief Hutch, a Belgian Malinois combat assault dog trained to detect explosives and other dangerous materials, recently retired from SEAL Team Four. Hutch’s career spanned five years and he deployed twice to support missions in Africa. Hutch’s retirement also reminds us that we are concluding the “Dog Days” of summer which, according to the Farmer’s Almanac, ends today and coincides with the rising of the “Dog Star” known more formally as Sirius.

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