75th SFS Military Working Dogs train
By Cynthia Griggs, 75th Air Base Wing Public Affairs
/ Published March 18, 2021
HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah --
Military working dogs train as much as their human counterparts. Explosive detection dogs are brought through a field course where detonated explosive making materials are placed in various places for them to sniff out. Drug detection dogs train in sniffing out drugs in vehicles, buildings and the field. Training also helps create the bond between handler and MWD. Here is a morning in the life of MWD’s training with their handlers from the 75th Security Forces Squadron.