Detection dogs visit ANAD

By Mrs. Jennifer Bacchus (AMC)November 20, 2012

Two patrol detection dogs and their handlers assisted Anniston Army Depot's Directorate of Emergency Services Nov. 7-9. Sergeants David Collett and Matt Adams guided Bach, pictured here with Adams, and Odeta through numerous shops and office spaces during their visit to check for prohibited substances. The two animals and their handlers also patrolled the depot's entrances during the peak hours for entry and exit at the installation. Sergeants Collett and Adams are with the 209th Military Police Company of Fort Benning, Ga.
1 / 2 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Two patrol detection dogs and their handlers assisted Anniston Army Depot's Directorate of Emergency Services Nov. 7-9. Sergeants David Collett and Matt Adams guided Bach, pictured here with Adams, and Odeta through numerous shops and office spaces during their visit to check for prohibited substances. The two animals and their handlers also patrolled the depot's entrances during the peak hours for entry and exit at the installation. Sergeants Collett and Adams are with the 209th Military Police Company of Fort Benning, Ga. (Photo Credit: Mrs. Jennifer Bacchus (AMC)) VIEW ORIGINAL
Two patrol detection dogs and their handlers assisted Anniston Army Depot's Directorate of Emergency Services Nov. 7-9. Sergeants David Collett and Matt Adams guided Bach and Odeta, pictured here with Collett, through numerous shops and office spaces during their visit to check for prohibited substances. The two animals and their handlers also patrolled the depot's entrances during the peak hours for entry and exit at the installation. Sergeants Collett and Adams are with the 209th Military Police Company of Fort Benning, Ga.
2 / 2 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Two patrol detection dogs and their handlers assisted Anniston Army Depot's Directorate of Emergency Services Nov. 7-9. Sergeants David Collett and Matt Adams guided Bach and Odeta, pictured here with Collett, through numerous shops and office spaces during their visit to check for prohibited substances. The two animals and their handlers also patrolled the depot's entrances during the peak hours for entry and exit at the installation. Sergeants Collett and Adams are with the 209th Military Police Company of Fort Benning, Ga. (Photo Credit: Mrs. Jennifer Bacchus (AMC)) VIEW ORIGINAL