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Senior Airman Clinton Gregory, 42nd Security Forces Squadron military working dog handler, bonds during off-duty time with his military working dog Elza at Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala. A strong bond between a MWD handler and his dog is crucial because they often must rely on each other in life-or-death situations. Elza succumbed to cancer in early July 2017 months before she was set to retire. (Courtesy photo) Military working dog passes, another to retire on Maxwell
What would have been a joint retirement ceremony for two of the 42nd Air Base Wing’s military working dogs, will now include one retirement and one memorial. MWD Sam will trade his spot in the 42nd Security Forces Squadron kennel for the home life after serving three years at Maxwell Air Force Base. Staff Sgt. Brandon Bixby, Sam’s handler, has
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