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FORT RILEY, Kan. - Soldiers from the 630th Explosive Ordnance Disposal Company hosted improvised explosive device training for Military Working Dog teams on Fort Riley.

The U.S. Army EOD technicians helped five Military Working Dog (MWD) teams from the 523rd MWD Detachment to hone their lifesaving skills.

Accompanied by their handlers, three Belgian Malinois and two German Shepherds nosed their way around the simulated battlefield, locating hidden explosive hazards.

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AUSTIN — Military police officers of the 89th Military Police Brigade participated in a presentation about the role of military working dogs held at the Austin Public Library on Sept. 4.

The soldiers were part of a panel discussing the role of military-working dogs from World War II to current military operations around the world during the showing of “Canine Soldiers,” a documentary in-progress by filmmaker and professor, Nancy Schiesari.

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