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Dog Versus Decoy

Patrick, patrol and explosive detection/military working dog, latches onto Staff Sgt. Kristopher Knight, military policeman and dog handler with Military Working Dog Platoon, Battalion Headquarters Group, 2nd Marine Expeditionary Brigade, June 18. Knight, who was acting as a decoy and Patrick's handler, Lance Cpl. Dante Brown, were training to improve the dog's basic aggression. Knight is a Indian Hill High School graduate from Cincinnati, and Brown is a Valdosta High School graduate from Valdosta, Ga.



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This work, Dog Versus Decoy, by Sgt Scott Whittington, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:06.18.2009

Date Posted:06.20.2009 13:11

Photo ID:181234

VIRIN:090620-M-#####-001

Resolution:2016x1312

Size:367.48 KB

Location:CAMP LEATHERNECK, AFGlobe

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