503rd Military Police Battalion Conducts Military Working Dog Training
By Pfc. Hubert D. Delany IIINovember 18, 2016
Patrol explosive detector dogs and their handlers with the 550th Military Working Dog Detachment, 42nd Military Police Detachment, 503rd Military Police Battalion, perform combined explosive detection and controlled aggression training exercise Nov. 8, 2016 at Macomb Warehouse, Fort Bragg, N.C. Training between dogs and handlers allows the teams to be prepared for their mission: fining explosive devices, and assisting in dismounted patrols at home and abroad.
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