Man’s best friend trains to detect explosives in Afghanistan [Image 2 of 3]
FORWARD OPERATING BASE SHANK, AFGHANISTAN
U.S. Army Sgt. Jeremy Shelton, left, an Amarillo, Texas, native and U.S. Army Sgt. Austin Swaney, a Jacksonville, Fla., native, both Tactical Explosives Detection Dog handlers with 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division, walk behind Staff. Sgt. Rexy, a Belgian Malinois, as he searches for a hidden explosive during a training exercise, May 16, 2013, here. The daily training keeps the TEDD teams, both handlers and dogs, ready to keep soldiers and civilians safe by finding hidden explosives when conducting dismounted U.S. and Afghan security patrols.
||FORWARD OPERATING BASE SHANK, AF
||AMARILLO, TX, US
||JACKSONVILLE, FL, US
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