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Military police working dog Jimmy attacks Master-at-Arms 2nd Class William Bryan during controlled aggression training exercises at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, April 10. MWDs are used to apprehend suspects and to detect explosives and narcotics while searching buildings, ships and submarines.

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#USNavy Military police working dog, Bary, waits for orders from his handler during training exercises. Bary trains to search and detect explosives and narcotics onboard ships and submarines.

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Buceo/Snorkel. Países volcánicos submarinos, caídas de profundidad, barcos hundidos, arrecifes. La riqueza de su fauna marina con más de 390 especies: bocinegras, jureles, samas, salemas, atunes, bremas marinas, meros, abades, viejas, peje perros…un espectáculo increíble. Visibilidad de más de 30 m. Sumérgete todo el año y encuentra sus tesoros submarinos.Empresas Especializadas en la isla.

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#Perros submarinos - Underwater #dogs

#Perros submarinos - Underwater #dogs

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My WFT's (Kim) kennel name was Baxee Submariener and he loved swimming underwater! :)

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HRH Copper taking a nap under the couch

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Unlikely Animal Friendships

La verdadera amistad es limpia, pura como el crist...

Master-at-Arms Seaman Conrad Schonacher, assigned to Naval Station Pearl Harbor Military Police Working Dog (MWD) unit, carries Malibu, a nine-year-old military police working dog who is nearing her retirement. MWDs are used to apprehend suspects, and to detect explosives and narcotics while searching buildings, ships and submarines.

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