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  • AFSFC launches software to monitor health of MWDs

    The Air Force Security Forces Center at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland has officially launched the Kennel Health Assessment 2.0 project to ascertain the holistic state of all of the kennels across the U.S. Air Force and ensure the well-being of all Military Working Dogs.
  • Photos: Military working dogs of Luke

    Military working dog Max, assigned to the 56th Security Forces Squadron, poses for a portrait June
  • Local civic group virtually immerses in MWD handler training at JBSA

    Cadre members of the 341st Training Squadron’s K-9 Handlers course at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland showcased the training military members undergo to become military working dog handlers during a virtual demonstration for members of the San Antonio Rotary Club of Fair Oaks Ranch Texas, June 3, 2020.
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  • Air Force Security Forces Center to improve U.S. government-wide working dog programs

    The Air Force Security Forces Center-led Government Working Dog Category Intelligence Team aims to improve the cost, process and procurement of government working dogs across 14 federal agencies. 
  • AFSFC launches software to monitor health of MWDs

    The Air Force Security Forces Center at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland has officially launched the Kennel Health Assessment 2.0 project to ascertain the holistic state of all of the kennels across the U.S. Air Force and ensure the well-being of all Military Working Dogs.
  • Photos: Military working dogs of Luke

    Military working dog Max, assigned to the 56th Security Forces Squadron, poses for a portrait June 17, 2020, at Luke Air Force Base, Ariz. MWDs help protect Luke by detecting drugs, deterring hostile actions and locating bombs. MWDs and their handlers protect more than 7,000 personnel at Luke and assist local law enforcement in keeping the public
  • Local civic group virtually immerses in MWD handler training at JBSA

    Cadre members of the 341st Training Squadron’s K-9 Handlers course at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland showcased the training military members undergo to become military working dog handlers during a virtual demonstration for members of the San Antonio Rotary Club of Fair Oaks Ranch Texas, June 3, 2020.
  • 4th Graders go behind the 'virtual' scenes with K-9 training

    The 341st Training Squadron conducts all military working dog initial training as well as all MWD handlers courses for the Department of Defense right here at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas. This elite team was able to share what they do with a class of 4th grade students from Buda Elementary School during a virtual canine demonstration, May 18, 2020. 
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