MPs demonstrate K-9s for the ISF

Staff Sgt. Titan, a military police dog assigned to the 4th Advise and Assist Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division, takes down a demonstrator wearing a 'bite-proof' suit in a training exercise, Oct. 22, near Mosul, Iraq. The exercise was part of a demonstration of the training that the MPs will impart to the Iraqi Security Forces they are working with. The training and assistance given by the MPs will allow the ISF in the area to more efficiently conduct security operations.

Staff Sgt. Titan, a military police dog assigned to the 4th Advise and Assist Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division, takes down a demonstrator wearing a 'bite-proof' suit in a training exercise, Oct. 22, near Mosul, Iraq. The exercise was part of a demonstration of the training that the MPs will impart to the Iraqi Security Forces they are working with. The training and assistance given by the MPs will allow the ISF in the area to more efficiently conduct security operations. Photo by Spc. David Strayer

The dog looks like he’s winning.

Comments

  1. Recently received a job posting for military “role players” at Benning, Bragg, and some place in Florida. They were looking for people to play in costume local nationals (Iraqi & Afghani) for the troops to practice their various ROE skills on (passive sit down protests to armed attacks against coalition forces). After an “exhaustive” review of this article, I’ve removed my name from contention for K 9 Training Assistant.

    I’m just too old and fragile for that ****! LOL!

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