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U.S. Army Spc. Harley Reno, a military working dog handler assigned to Joint Task Force-Bravo’s Joint Security Forces, and his MWD, walk toward a UH-60L Black Hawk during K9 hoist evacuation training at Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras, August 15, 2016. The MWDs and their handlers undergo the hoist training so their first experience with a helicopter won’t come during a real-world operation.
160815-F-JB386-121.JPG Photo By: Staff Sgt. Siuta B. Ika

SOTO CANO AIR BASE, Honduras - El Especialista del Ejercito de los EE.UU. Harley Reno, adiestrador de la unidad canina de la Fuerzas de Seguridad Conjunta, camina hacia un helicóptero UH-60L Black Hawk junto a su perro, durante un entrenamiento de evacuación y levantamiento canino en la Base Aérea Soto Cano, Honduras, el 15 de agosto del 2016. Los adiestradores y sus perros realizan este entrenamiento para obtener experiencia con helicópteros en preparación para una misión real.


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