Irk, a 5-year-old German Shepherd drug detector dog, goes after a simulated attacker during a working dog demonstration at the 375th SFS kennel on Scott Air Force Base. Military working dogs search for bombs, drugs and ride along in patrol cars with their handlers, and belong to the Department of Defense and serve in the Marines, Army and Air Force. Photo by Airman 1st Class Tara Stetler
Irk, a 5-year-old German Shepherd drug detector dog, goes after a simulated attacker during a working dog demonstration at the 375th SFS kennel on Scott Air Force Base. Military working dogs search for bombs, drugs and ride along in patrol cars with their handlers, and belong to the Department of Defense and serve in the Marines, Army and Air Force. Photo by Airman 1st Class Tara Stetler
Irk, a 5-year-old German Shepherd drug detector dog, goes after a simulated attacker during a working dog demonstration at the 375th SFS kennel on Scott Air Force Base. Military working dogs search for bombs, drugs and ride along in patrol cars with their handlers, and belong to the Department of Defense and serve in the Marines, Army and Air Force. Photo by Airman 1st Class Tara Stetler

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