Soldiers from the Camp Bondsteel, Kosovo K9 dog team and Soldiers from Southern Command Post conducted K9 hoist training. The
Army Sniffer Dog Gets Posthumous Award
An Army explosives sniffer dog who died hours after his handler was killed in Afghanistan is to be given a posthumous award. Theo, a springer spaniel, was the inseparable companion of Lance Corporal Liam Tasker who was shot by insurgents while on patrol in Helmand province in March last year. The dog was described as a "true friend" to the soldier and its ashes were flown back to the UK in the same aircraft as his handler. Theo and LCpl Tasker from The Royal Army Veterinary Corps, 1st Military Working Dog Regiment had detected a record 14 Taliban roadside bombs and weapons caches in five months and are credited with saving countless lives.
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Army Dogs Conduce Helicopter Hoist Training
First Woman Graduates from Marines’ Winter Mountain Leader Course
U.S. Marine Corps, Sgt. Tara-Lyn Baker, from Benton, Pennsylvania, talks about reaching her limits as a Marine during the Winter
Soldiers Execute Realistic Hostage Rescue Drill
KFOR Soldiers from the Polish contingent and MNBG-East conducted a hasty hostage rescue exercise during Silver Sabre 17-2.