We got an inside look at how military working dogs are trained at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas. Working dogs are utilized by every branch of the United States military for detection and patrol purposes, and there are about 1,600 serving today. The United States Air Force’s 341st Training Squadron is responsible for training both military working dogs and handlers.

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