Fit birds in uniform

. . . . Well worth change detection on the below. Usually just kit and people doing cool stuff, but now and again a little nugget crops up.

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"This is Zanjeer, an explosives detection dog who saved thousands of lives in Mumbai in 1993. He was buried with full military honours in 2000".

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Copied on the dog thread . . . :( .
 
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Lift your game Lassie, or you'll end up in here.

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Although the biters won't notice it, yours get a better deal than ours used to. For some years the departed K9s in JHQ were quietly disposed of in the woods next door. Later they went to Paderborn and were disposed of there anonymously.
I thought cupboards were the traditional JHQ repository for cadavers?
 
Although the biters won't notice it, yours get a better deal than ours used to. For some years the departed K9s in JHQ were quietly disposed of in the woods next door. Later they went to Paderborn and were disposed of there anonymously.
I think the cemetery is for the ones that die "on active service".
Retiring tracker/sniffer dogs usually get farmed out to people willing to adopt them - often their former trainer/handler.
I don't know if the same applies to the attack dogs when they are retired.
 
I think the cemetery is for the ones that die "on active service".
Retiring tracker/sniffer dogs usually get farmed out to people willing to adopt them - often their former trainer/handler.
I don't know if the same applies to the attack dogs when they are retired.
Don't know what the British Army does with pensionable dogs, but the RAF has at least in the past farmed them out to suitable homes, frequently to the dog handlers.
On a slightly different note, I'm glad that you specified K9, at the mention of dogs my first thought was that the IDF has a secret supply of hippocrocodillopigs.
 

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