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Obedience courseObedience course
Obedience course

A military working dog exits the tunnel Sept. 28, 2010, Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska. The tunnel is part of an obedience course to test the dog. Frequent training and practice from their handler is what makes these military working dogs a truly elite unit. (Courtesy photo/Jeremy Wussow)
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Posted: 10/6/2010

Obedience courseObedience course
Obedience course

Staff Sgt. Joshua Lewis runs a military working dog through exercise Sept. 28, 2010, Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska. The MWD was practicing obedience and responsiveness. The dogs and handlers require refresher training to maintain their bond with each other. (Courtesy photo/Chelsea Law)
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Posted: 10/6/2010

Lions, tigers, and moose, oh my!Lions, tigers, and moose, oh my!
Lions, tigers, and moose, oh my!

A moose makes its way through a marsh Sept. 11, 2009, Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska. Moose should be viewed with caution at all times. Each moose has its own personality and their reaction to people can't be predicted. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Christopher Boitz)
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Posted: 9/15/2009

Hard work pays offHard work pays off
Hard work pays off

EIELSON AIR FORCE BASE, Alaska--Staff Sgt. Timothy and Airman 1st Class Ashli McEntee take a break with newly-adopted, former military working dog, Sorbon A333 in mid-January. Sergeant McEntee was Sorbon's mwd handler while stationed at Eielson; he and his wife adopted Sorbon Jan. 11. (courtesy photo)
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Posted: 1/22/2008

Hard wook pays offHard wook pays off
Hard wook pays off

EIELSON AIR FORCE BASE, Alaska--Staff Sgt. Timothy McEntee, former 354th Security Forces Squadron military working dog handler currently stationed at Dyess AFB, Texas, poses for an official photo with Sorbon A333 while he was his dog handler. Sergeant McEntee adopted Sorbon Jan. 11 and he came to live with Sergeant McEntee and his wife. (stock photo)
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Posted: 1/22/2008

Sled DogsSled Dogs
Sled Dogs

EIELSON AIR FORCE BASE, Alaska--Twenty-seven Siberian husky dogs walk, play, and sit in their kennel after a grueling practice. These 27 dogs race as a team to raise awareness and funds for disabled children. Maj. Blake Matray, 168th Air Refueling Wing KC-135 pilot, operates the Sled Dog Fund, Inc., which is a non-profit organization that support disabled children and their families and finance clinical research on developmental disabilities, hospital programs, and educational programs. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Eric T. Sheler)
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Posted: 1/15/2008

Sled DogsSled Dogs
Sled Dogs

EIELSON AIR FORCE BASE, Alaska--Yukon, a Siberian husky that is a member of a 27-dog sledding racing team stares curiously into the lens of a camera while keeping himself warm before he is called upon for practice. Yukon and his team race to raise awareness and funds for disabled children. Maj. Blake Matray, 168th Air Refueling Wing KC-135 pilot, operates the Sled Dog Fund, Inc., which is a non-profit organization that support disabled children and their families and finance clinical research on developmental disabilities, hospital programs, and educational programs. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Eric T. Sheler)
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Posted: 1/15/2008

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Sled Dogs

EIELSON AIR FORCE BASE, Alaska--"The determination of Siberian husky Yukon can be seen in his eyes" said Maj. Blake Matray, 168th Air Refueling Wing KC-135 pilot, during a discussion about this member of his 27-dog sled racing team that raises awareness and funds for disabled children. Major Matray operates the Sled Dog Fund, Inc., a non-profit organization that support disabled children and their families and finance clinical research on developmental disabilities, hospital programs, and educational programs. (U.S Air Force photo by Staff Sgt Eric T. Sheler)
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Posted: 1/15/2008

Sled DogsSled Dogs
Sled Dogs

EIELSON AIR FORCE BASE, Alaska-- Maj. Blake Matray, 168th Air Refueling Wing KC-135 pilot, inspects the lead dog, Elko, of his 27 Siberian husky team before preparing the team for practice. Major Matray operates the Sled Dog Fund, Inc., a non-profit organization which uses dog sledding racing events to promote awareness and raise funds for disabled children. (U.S Air Force photo by Staff Sgt Eric T. Sheler)
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Posted: 1/15/2008

Sled DogsSled Dogs
Sled Dogs

EIELSON AIR FORCE BASE, Alaska--Tahoe, one of the lead dogs of a team of 27 Siberian Huskies, stares curiously into the lens of the camera. Tahoe and his team race raise awareness and funds for disabled children. Maj. Blake Matray, 168th Air Refueling Wing KC-135 pilot, operates the Sled Dog Fund, Inc., which is a non-profit organization that support disabled children and their families and finance clinical research on developmental disabilities, hospital programs, and educational programs. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Eric T. Sheler)
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Posted: 1/15/2008

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Sled Dogs

EIELSON AIR FORCE BASE, Alaska--Maj. Blake Matray, 168th Air Refueling Wing KC-135 pilot, enjoys a playful moment with his racing sled dogs Whit (left) and Boomer (right) before preparing them for practice. Major Matray operates the Sled Dog Fund, Inc., a non-profit organization which uses dog sledding racing events to promote awareness and raise funds for disabled children. (U.S Air Force photo by Staff Sgt Eric T. Sheler)
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Posted: 1/15/2008

Can I hitch a ride?Can I hitch a ride?
Can I hitch a ride?

EIELSON AIR FORCE BASE, Alaska--A moose strolls past several 18th Fighter Squadron F-16s on the flightline here June 22. Moose are common on Eielson and occasionally they can be found getting an up close and personal look at aircraft on the line. The Alaskan moose is the largest in the world; adult males weigh 1,200 to 1,600 pounds and adult females weigh 800 to 1,300 pounds. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Justin Weaver)
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Posted: 6/27/2007

    

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