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My son commanded an Army multinational Battalion size Task Force in Korea. One of his units had US Army K9 working dogs. He participated in the dog training one day, wearing the Red Suit. One day. He said he ain't doing that again.



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Note to self: Don’t wait to cooperate and obey commands until after the dog has been released. Otherwise, see the dictionary definition of “too late.”

Yes. Around here you tend to hear, “Stop or I’ll send the dog.” Or “Come out or I’ll send the dog.”
The only rational response is, “No need for that Sir, I’m stopped.” or “No need for that Sir, I’m coming out right now.” I’d think it was strange that you never hear one of those rational answers, but then most folks don’t get K-9 sent after them because of their excellent ability to make good life choices. Wink
 
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Git 'im, Red!



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^^^^ Give Red a bone! If he hasn’t already removed one from the bad guy.


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As a matter of fact, I think all K-9s should be taught the sack strike, the nad nibble, the pecker wrecker, whatever you want to call it.

'course, that may be a problem for the bitee, since the dogs seem quite reluctant to let go much of the time. Razz


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Who's a good boy!



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Git 'im, Red!
That's just not fair. Ole Red earned more time than he got with that fine gentleman. Wink Good boy.


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I just love all of these and the other "Working Dogs".... You wanted to be the no-complaint _________.. Guess you will listen the next time if given the chance by the limp wristed attorneys(both sides of the courtroom) and same like thinking judges.......... drill sgt.
 
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Loved every one of those, even though I had seen many of them it was still cool to watch.

I was a K9 handler in the USAF but I never had the chance to turn my dog loose. The dog and I caught a few airman cutting across the flight line at night but our work was to guard the alert aircraft.
 
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What happened to the video Para posted a couple days ago with five take downs? I can’t find it.
And I couldn’t stop laughing, especially #4. I want to send it to my son.
Techno challenged apparently.
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What happened to the video Para posted a couple days ago with five take downs? I can’t find it.
And I couldn’t stop laughing, especially #4. I want to send it to my son.
Techno challenged apparently.
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The fur missile is one of the most satisfying parts of the job. (seeing it, I'm not a handler)

Been part of quite a few in my career so far, including my favorite dog, Otto, from our dept. who was the best dog ever (and they all are good). He had 4 titanium canine teeth because he lost his real ones in various bites.

He and his handler helped me apprehend burglars, bank robbers, parole violators and a few other assholes over his career. Yet even me, who was NOT his handler, could walk up to him, pet him, rub his face, and play tug of war with his toy in the station. (obviously with permission from his handler first) But you DID NOT want to mess with that dog. May he RIP.

Great thread.

Nearly every K9 interaction is the suspects fault. They are given MULTIPLE chances to give up without getting torn up. It's always THEIR decision to get bit.





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I have a running discussion with a friend at work that all bad guys getting ripped into by K9's sound the same. Smile



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Officer says Fuss (foos) twice, which is what we train them in German for heel. I think the k9 officer is telling his K-9 unit stay with me stay with me. I didn’t hear him say attacke or fass so the dog instantly knew what to do. Stay with me, then line of sight and take him down. Hilarious. “Yes sir yes sir”. Hahaha. Another one bites the dust.



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This is a damned good takedown but it isn't by a dog. I didn't want to start a new thread and I'm trying to post a link from twitter - I'm not a member so it may not work.

https://twitter.com/AsianDawn4.../1555597994736594944


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Thought you guys would appreciate this....

Whelen, probably the largest light/siren equipment manufacturers in the country is having a little fun with the legends for their new switch panels:





 
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Ooh, a sovereign citizen doggie treat! Jackass

Thanks for bumping this and sharing these. Is there something wrong with me that I kinda feel like the officers were *way* too patient with this idiot?
 
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This is a damned good takedown but it isn't by a dog. I didn't want to start a new thread and I'm trying to post a link from twitter - I'm not a member so it may not work.

https://twitter.com/AsianDawn4.../1555597994736594944
What's he striking him with? That's not a knife, is it?

**edit**

OK, it was a knife. Is it me or does he not seem to be getting much penetration. That's why I thought it was an impact weapon.



Seven stabs, the last one high on the back, close to the neck. Did the thug live?


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