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Old 01-05-19, 08:28 PM
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When dogs are donated for service they can come with 'baggage' which is often reason for donation. In my day of RAFP training its own dogs as well as customs dogs and USAF dogs it was one handler one dog, and a lot of effort was put in with pride in training the dog (Pride to be better than the Army!) I'm sure the same effort is put in today with joint service training. Regards, Paul.
I would be interested to hear any further info of military use of dogs loose between fences- not some thing I encountered- unit involved- time period? I take it USAAF would have been 1940's?
John, was this British use of dogs in a bomb dump with out a handler?

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