Military Working Dogs Talisman Saber 2013


2SECFOR plays an important role in the security of Air Force assets during TS13. 2 SECFOR are responsible for the Military Working Dog (MWD) capability at RAAF Base Townsville.

Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) Military Working Dog Handler, Leading Aircraftman Brad Frischkorn from 2nd Security Force, RAAF Amberley, patrols the surrounds of Williamson Airfield with Military Working Dog ‘Ice’ during Exercise Talisman Saber 2013.

Royal Australian Air Force, 2nd Security Force from RAAF Base Amberley and U.S. Air Force personnel are providing security, observation and vehicle check points as part of the Combined Combat Support Element at Williamson Airfield, in the Shoalwater Bay training area, to deny enemy access during Exercise Talisman Saber 2013.

Military Working Dogs and Explosive Detection Dogs are embedded to assist with early warning of the enemy and detect explosives in vehicles.

Exercise Talisman Saber (15 July – 5 August 2013) is a major bilateral exercise designed to improve training and interoperability between Australian and United States military forces and other government agencies. Around 28,000 Australian and U.S. personnel are taking part in the 21-day exercise, currently being conducted in the Coral Sea and military training areas in central and northern Queensland. Supporting activities are also underway in the waters of the Timor and Arafura Seas, and throughout Queensland and the Northern Territory.

Terry Turner

Terry Turner is Senior Editor for and Editor in Chief for the entire stable of CYBER PRESS magazines.CYBER PRESS is an Australian media business specialising in multi-channel broad audience online digital publishing. Our company is the evolution of Eco Magazines, Australia's premiere dedicated online publisher of full-format digital magazines. Put simply, we specialise, where many merely dabble.

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