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In a small building near the outskirts of base resides one of the Air Force’s most unique assets: military working dogs.

Habo, a 7-year-old narcotic detection K-9 is lying on the floor, when a familiar voice from across the room breaks the silence.

“Habo! Who’s a good boy?” asks the voice.

Curious, Habo lifts his head and perks his ears. Again, the voice playfully repeats.

“Who’s a good boy?”

Quickly, Habo rushes to the front door and finds his handler, Senior Airman Ryne Wilson, 99th Security Forces Squadron, who is ready begin his shift at the MWD kennel.

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