Soldiers and community members from Schweinfurt, Bamberg and Mannheim gathered to honor Lando F620, a military working dog who rose to the rank of sergeant first class and retired from the 94th Military Police Detachment.
CAMP BONDSTEEL, Kosovo – Camp Bondsteel has three Military Working Dogs (MWD) trained in a variety of skills, as of July 29, from locating explosives and drugs, to conducting patrols and attacking aggressive individuals.
SIGONELLA, Sicily - Members of the Naval Air Station (NAS) Sigonella Security department along with local Sicilian law-enforcement and military K-9 units came together to share techniques and training May 28.
Lando, a military working dog, retired from military service at a ceremony, Feb. 1, at Conn Barracks in Schweinfurt, Germany. Lando served eight years with the Army, deployed four times, and tallied up 15 confirmed finds downrange.
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