MCIPAC K-9 conduct Narcotics Training

by Marine Corps Installations Pacific
Stripes Okinawa

KADENA AIR BASE, OKINAWA, Japan – Cpl. Hunter Gullick and Military Working Dog Shiva play fetch Feb. 13 at the Marine Corps Installations Pacific K-9 kennels on Kadena Air Base, Okinawa, Japan. Gullick and Shiva play fetch to build repor to ensure the dog team has a strong bond. 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 is a military police officer and a dog handler with Headquarters and Support Battalion, MCIPAC- Marine Corps Base Camp Butler, Japan.

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