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  1. The Defense Department's Military Working Dog Program
    Meanwhile, the military is increasing its reliance on working dogs. Before Sept. 11, 2001, Rolfe said Air Force security forces trained about 200 working dogs a year for the Defense Department. That number is up to more than 500, with the vast majority of dogs being trained as sentries and bomb-sniffers.
  2. U.S. Department of Defense
    Official website for U.S. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE. A soldier holds an American flag on an aircraft over a baseball stadium - Staff Sgt. Kori Myers, 418th Flight Test Squadron load master, waves the ...
  3. 341st Training Squadron
    The 341st Training Squadron provides training to military working dogs (MWDs) used in patrol, drug and explosive detection, and specialized mission functions for the Department of Defense (DoD) and other government agencies.
  4. U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) - Military Working Dog ...
    Military working dogs are an integral part of the warfighting force. Just like their human counterparts, they can hold a variety of jobs. Watch these working dogs train to ensure they’re ready for action at a …
  5. DoD Military Working Dog Breeding Program - Home | Facebook
    DoD Military Working Dog Breeding Program, JBSA - Lackland San Antonio. 22K likes. The 'Puppy Program'
  6. Military Working Dogs Retire After Dedicated Service > U.S ...
    3/21/2018 · Marky, left, and Astra, 20th Security Forces Squadron military working dogs, perform their final bite during their retirement ceremony as Col. Daniel Lasica, 20th Fighter Wing commander, stands in a bite suit at Shaw Air Force Base, S.C., March 14, 2018. The dogs served a combined 21 years, or approximately 90 percent of their expected life spans.
  7. Video - defense.gov
    2/4/2019 · Official website for U.S. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE. Military working dogs are an integral part of the warfighting force. Just like their human counterparts, they can hold a variety of jobs.
  8. DoD Military Working Dog Veterinary Service (DoDMWDVS ...
    7/12/2018 · The Department of Defense Military Working Dog Veterinary Service (DoDMWDVS) is a subordinate unit of the Army Public Health Center that is responsible for comprehensive veterinary care for all military working dogs (MWD) at the DOD Dog Center at Lackland Air Force Base (AFB), Texas, as well as providing referral services to working dogs world-wide.
  9. From Puppy to Protector: How the Air Force Raises Military ...
    11/22/2017 · For most of these working dogs, it all starts across the Atlantic Ocean. The Military Working Dog Buying Program will travel to European kennels to purchase canines for the Defense Department. In some cases, however, MWD’s are born and raised at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, where training occurs for both canines and their aspiring handlers.
  10. Department of Defense Military Working Dog Adoption Program
    Department of Defense Military Working Dog Adoption Program Frequently Asked Questions 1. Why are these dogs available for adoption? Most of our dogs that become available for adoption at Lackland Air Force Base are relatively young dogs that have failed to …
  11. 2012 Department of Defense Military Working Dog ...
    5/26/2012 · Raw video from the Department of Defense offers an exclusive insider look at military dogs showing off their skills in the 2012 Military Working Dog Competition.
  12. MWD Adoptions FAQ’s - US War Dogs
    MWD Adoptions FAQ’s. Department of Defense Military Working Dog Adoption Program Frequently Asked Questions. 1. Why are these dogs available for adoption? ... All our Military Working Dogs are trained at Lackland Air Force Base and then sent to operational units throughout the DOD. The dogs are usually a German Shepherd, Belgian Malinois ...
  13. K-9 History: DoD MWD Training School
    341st Training Squadron Introduction The executive agent for the Department of Defense Military Working Dog Program is the United States Air Force. Today the 341st Training Squadron, Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas, has the mission of operating this program for the Air Force.
  14. Inside the headquarters for military dogs
    5/11/2016 · In many senses, Lackland Air Force Base is the headquarters for U.S. military dogs. The Air Force is the executive agent for almost all Department of Defense working dogs. Lackland breeds some of the dogs, buys others, and prepares and trains most of them for duty.
  15. U.S. GAO - Department of Defense: Medical Conditions and ...
    3/10/2017 · What GAO Found. The Department of Defense (DOD) uses three systems to track information about Military Working Dogs (MWDs), including information related to their removal from service at which time they can be put up for adoption, transferred to a law enforcement agency, or euthanized for health or behavioral reasons.
  16. Military Working Dog Teams National Monument - Wikipedia
    The Military Working Dog Teams National Monument is located on a secure United States Air Force Installation. However, Public Law 110-181 requires the Department of Defense to provide reasonable access to the monument by visitors and their dogs.
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