Sunday, May 20, 2007

Navy K-9's in Action


NAVAL SUPPORT ACTIVITY BAHRAIN (May 7, 2007) -- Master-at-Arms 2nd Class Jeremy Aldrich of Naval Security Force, Bahrain’s K-9 Unit and his military working dog Tyson, a 4-year-old Blue Belgium Malanois, take a little break for some fun at the obstacle course here. Aldrich has worked with Tyson for 18 months, providing security for Naval Support Activity Bahrain and the Mina Salman pier.



NAVAL SUPPORT ACTIVITY BAHRAIN (May 7, 2007) -- Master-at-Arms 2nd Class Jeremy Aldrich of Naval Security Force, Bahrain’s K-9 Unit and his military working dog Tyson, a 4-year-old Blue Belgium Malanois, search a line of buses for any detection of explosives. Aldrich has worked with Tyson for 18 months, providing security for Naval Support Activity Bahrain and the Mina Salman pier.


NAVAL SUPPORT ACTIVITY BAHRAIN (May 7, 2007) -- Master-at-Arms 2nd Class Jeremy Aldrich of Naval Security Force, Bahrain’s K-9 Unit and his military working dog Tyson, a 4-year-old Blue Belgium Malanois, take a little break for some fun at the obstacle course on base Aldrich has worked with Tyson for 18 months, providing security for Naval Support Activity Bahrain and the Mina Salman pier.


NAVAL SUPPORT ACTIVITY BAHRAIN (May 7, 2007) -- Master-at-Arms 3rd Class Lisette Latorre of Naval Security Force, Bahrain’s K-9 unit trains with her military working dog Anna, a 4-year-old German Shepherd, in a detection proficient trail and training during which Anna successfully met her objective of finding the explosive. The training is held at a minimum of three times per month so the dogs stay adept in detecting explosive odors.



1 comment:

VanTassel said...

there is no greater bond then that between a man and his dog.