The Army is testing a new training program that teaches dogs to work together to save lives.
Key points:The training program uses the Army’s dog handler and physical therapist, who has been trained in veterinary surgery, to help soldiers with mobility issuesThe dogs can work with each other and with the general public to save time and moneyThe Army said the dogs have been tested in military combat situations in Iraq and Afghanistan and are ready for deploymentThe program has already been approved for use by the Marine Corps, the Navy and the Army, and is expected to be rolled out to the Air Force in the coming months.
The training dogs will work with one another, and the handlers will also work with military personnel, military personnel and the public to help them with mobility problems.
They will be trained by a canine physical therapist in military surgery to help with their mobility issues, which include the ability to walk on their hind legs and with their mouths open.
The dogs are trained to perform tasks such as fetching, pulling and retrieving.
They can also work alongside the general population, as well as in a variety of settings.
Army Chief of Staff Gen Curtis Scaparrotti said the program is a continuation of the service’s efforts to train dogs to help protect troops in combat situations, and was a response to the challenges of working with dogs to fight terrorism.
The Army’s canine handler, Sgt. Mark Doolittle, trained with the Army and worked with the Marine Corp as part of the Marine Reserves in the training program.
Doolittle said it is important to work with dogs in an environment where they can work together.
“It is a good way for people to work on things together,” Doolitt said.
“The more you can work on the same thing, the better you get at it.”
Doolitt has been training dogs for more than a decade, and said the new program will be beneficial for all military dog handlers.
“They are trained so well in their jobs, they have been trained to be able to work alongside each other, they are trained in military operations, they do a lot of different things, so they’re a great asset to our military,” he said.
Duckworth said it would be a great training tool for any military service dog handler, but that it is the handlers’ skills that will be most useful.
“In terms of working together, it is going to be a good combination,” he explained.
“We have got to give the handlers a chance to learn from one another.”
I think it will be really helpful for them.
We’ve got to get the trainers to work in an individual way.
We have to be very, very careful to make sure that when they do go on deployments and do their missions, they get the training, the assistance that they need.
“The military said the training is expected, and will be rolled-out to other services.