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Doris and Tech. Sgt. Jason Eaton, 341st Training Squadron, strike a pose March 12 for a television crew with the Canadian Broadcasting Co. The Lackland Military Working Dog Program, the largest in the world, will be featured in an hourlong documentary into the world and culture of dogs.  The three-person crew, which spent a day and half filming at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, will also travel to England to film a dog training facility there. The documentary will air this fall. (USAF photo by Robbin Cresswell)

Doris and Tech. Sgt. Jason Eaton, 341st Training Squadron, strike a pose March 12 for a television crew with the Canadian Broadcasting Co. The Lackland Military Working Dog Program, the largest in the world, will be featured in an hourlong documentary into the world and culture of dogs. The three-person crew, which spent a day and half filming at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, will also travel to England to film a dog training facility there. The documentary will air this fall. (U.S. Air Force photo by Robbin Cresswell)

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