He is man's best friend. Able to do anything for his master. In the Armed Forces they perform decisive functions in a large number of units.
In security and combat tasks, such as drug and explosives detectors or in the search and rescue of people, both living and deceased…. And, of course, they are also present in international missions. But before being prepared, guide and dog, always united, must pass a training course at the Cynological School of Defense.
This course can range from 5 months to a year, depending on the difficulty of the tasks that the dog can take on.
Today the Armed Forces have more than a thousand dogs distributed throughout the national geography, working for the three armies and fulfilling priority tasks for National Security.