Military Working Dog Handler: Cpl. Hunter Gullick
CAMP FOSTER, OKINAWA, Japan – Cpl. Hunter Gullick builds rapport with his Military Working Dog Shiva March 13 at the Marine Corps Installations Pacific K-9 kennels on Kadena Air Base, Okinawa, Japan. It is imperative that dog handlers build a strong relationship based on trust so the teams can effectively keep MCIPAC safe and narcotic free. Gullick’s dog team helps support countless base operations and provides antiterrorism measures throughout Okinawa, keeping the local and U.S. community safe. Gullick is a Bhyalia, Mississippi, native, and military police officer and a dog handler with Headquarters and Support Battalion, MCIPAC- Marine Corps Base Camp Butler, Japan.
(U.S Marine photo by Lance Cpl. Tayler P. Schwamb)
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