DVIDS – News – Protecting the Force Health; JTF MED 374 Preventative Medicine

Everyday operations in the combat zone are ever changing and usually involve intelligence of an enemy force, their activities, capabilities, threat level, and locations on the battlefield. However, another enemy…

Addressing concerns of a dwindling veterinary labor force: steps toward sustainability

Dr Charles McMillan created a list of areas he finds paramount to the discussion of sustainable solutions for revitalizing the veterinary labor force. In Greek mythology, Sisyphus, the king of…

US Army veterinarians provide training for Air Force military working dog handlers > Cannon Air Force Base > Article Display

CANNON AIR FORCE, NM — US Army Veterinary Corps members from a Public Health Activity tenant unit at Kirtland Air Force Base conducted quarterly tactical care training with US Air…

B.C. man sues Vernon RCMP over excessive force, police dog attack – Penticton Western News

A Vernon man has filed a lawsuit against the local RCMP detachment, alleging police officers were guilty of assault and excessive force when they broke into his house and unleashed…

AFSFC assessment tool improves health, readiness of military working dogs > U.S. Air Force > Article Display

JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-LACKLAND, Texas (AFNS) – Recent renovations to the kennel facilities of the 1st Special Operations Security Forces Squadron are improving the living conditions and wellbeing of military…

3-month-old rescue joins Swatara Township Police pressure as remedy canine

According to the Swatara Municipality Police Department, “Tattoo” reports for duty. He’s a 35-pound mix of Labrador Retriever and Pit Bull hired to work with School Resource Officer Ben Stewart…