Almost all Airmen can remember their first few months in the Air Force; going through the Military Entrance Processing Station, entering Basic Military Training, moving on to technical school and finally making it to their first duty station. But not all who put down their life to serve come on two legs, such as military working dogs. Many may not realize the journey an MWD travels to become one, and how it can parallel to their own journey into the Air Force.
The 86th Security Forces Squadron welcomed a new MWD to their ranks on June 29, a 2-year-old German Shephard named Rogo. He is fresh out of training from the 321st Training Squadron at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas; the gateway to the Air Force for Airmen and MWDs.