Military Working Dog Syrius attacks Senior Amn. Caleb Brown during a six-phase aggression demonstration for 15 Air Force recruits in the Delayed Enlistment Program Apr. 8. The 349th Recruiting Squadron worked with the 72nd Security Forces Squadron to highlight different aspects of the Security Forces world for the recruits while they are awaiting their spot in Basic Training. Besides the military working dogs section, 72nd SFS Investigators were on-hand to show fingerprinting and drug testing techniques, Combat Arms held a hands-on weapons display and members of the 72nd SFS Training Section held a "less than lethal" force demonstration which the recruits participated in.

PHOTO BY: Kelly White
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