Fort Knox female military working dog handling squad

By Savannah BairdApril 18, 2024

Various training props rest on a table waiting for the arrival of area Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps cadets at Fort Knox, Kentucky on April 4, 2024. Cadets arrived at the 905th Military Police Detachment to watch a military working dog bite suit demonstration and received a tour of the facility as well as learning about some of the training props they use.
Various training props rest on a table waiting for the arrival of area Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps cadets at Fort Knox, Kentucky on April 4, 2024. Cadets arrived at the 905th Military Police Detachment to watch a military working dog bite suit demonstration and received a tour of the facility as well as learning about some of the training props they use. (Photo Credit: Savannah Baird; Fort Knox News) VIEW ORIGINAL

Team members of the 905th Military Working Dog Detachment female dog handling unit train for their yearly certifications and express their love of the job.

Team members of the 905th Military Working Dog Detachment female dog handling unit train for their yearly certifications and express their love of the job.

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