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ROBINS AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. – Airmen aren’t the only ones expected to be fit to fight.

Military working dogs’ health must be top notch to serve the mission as well. To keep them at the top of their game is Robins’ Veterinary Treatment Facility’s primary mission.

Army Sgt. Jennifer Alvarez, Robins’ VTF NCOIC and an animal care specialist at the facility, said the staff’s mission is twofold.

“Our primary mission is the readiness and well-being of the military working dogs assigned to Robins,” she said. “Our secondary mission is assisting in the readiness of service members’ pets and preventive medicine.

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