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A flight medic is hoisted into a medical helicopter with Luca a Military Working Dog with Stryker BCT Inf Div during a training exercise preparing flight medics for medical evacuation of working dogs at an FOB in Kandahar Province Afghanistan

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Grooming: Sergeant Bourgeois clips Oopey's toenails before a mission in Afghanistan. Handlers care for their dogs' every need, learning canine CPR as well as how to spot canine post-traumatic stress disorder, which afflicts some five per cent of deployed dogs

Dogs of war: Inside the incredible bonds between servicemen and dogs

Bomb sniffing dog named Oopey gets his toe nails clipped, before a mission in Kandahar, Afghanistan.

This is Staff Sgt. Carlos Paniagua, Patrol and Explosives Detection Dog Handler, Military Police Battalion, Detachment NCOIC, and MWD Rex The picture was taken during a MEDEVAC training in Kosovo I like that type of carry on luggage

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U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Chris Fall, a Military Working Dog handler, carries his dog, Glenn, through a ditch at Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan, July 9, 2012.

Chris Fall carries his dog, Glenn, through a ditch at Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan, July Glenn is a Patrol Explosive Detection dog.

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