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East Coast training provides joint experience for Army, Air Force

A U.S. Army military working dog handler and his K-9 ascend to a U.S. Air Force Reserve HH-60 during joint training at Fort Drum, NY, Aug. 3. Members of the 305th and 306th Rescue Squadrons from Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Ariz., worked with the 8th Military Police Detachment, 91st Military Police Battalion, to ensure both the Airmen and MPs knew how to hoist the dogs into and out of rescue helicopters. (U.S. Air Force photo by Carolyn Herrick)

PHOTO BY: Carolyn Herrick
VIRIN: 160803-F-TP543-048.JPG
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