Magazine

Jun 16, 2016

Man’s best bomb detector

Man’s best bomb detector

New York transit authority police dogs are trained to detect explosives and track suspects.

Man’s best bomb detector
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Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) Police Officer Keith Flood trains with his K-9 partner Doc, a German Shepherd, inside the "warehouse room" at the new MTA Police Department Canine Training Center in Stormville, New York, U.S., June 6, 2016. MIKE SEGAR/REUTERS

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Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) Police Officer Nelson Hernandez interacts with his K-9 partner Geo, a long haired German Shepherd, in the kennel area of the new MTA Police Department Canine Training Center in Stormville, New York, U.S., June 6, 2016. MIKE SEGAR/REUTERS

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Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) Police Officer Keith Flood trains with his K-9 partner Doc, a German Shepherd, inside the "warehouse room" at the new MTA Police Department Canine Training Center in Stormville, New York, U.S., June 6, 2016. MIKE SEGAR/REUTERS

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A Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) Police Officer carries explosive devices, to be hidden for Police dogs in training to detect, in an office environment room at the new MTA Police Department Canine Training Center in Stormville, New York, U.S., June 6, 2016. MIKE SEGAR/REUTERS

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Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) Police Officer Jason Wharton watches as his K-9 partner in training Mikey, a German Shepherd, indicates he has found an explosive by sitting, inside a training room in the new MTA Police Department Canine Training Center in Stormville, New York, U.S., June 6, 2016. MIKE SEGAR/REUTERS

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Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) Police Officer Kevin Pimpinelli works with his K-9 partner Johnny, a German Shepherd, during a simulated bomb search aboard a dedicated Metro-North Railroad commuter train car permanently installed for training at the new MTA Police Department Canine Training Center in Stormville, New York, U.S., June 6, 2016. MIKE SEGAR/REUTERS

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Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) Police Officer Kevin Pimpinelli works with his K-9 partner Johnny, a German Shepherd, during a simulated bomb search aboard a dedicated Metro-North Railroad commuter train car permanently installed for training at the new MTA Police Department Canine Training Center in Stormville, New York, U.S., June 6, 2016. MIKE SEGAR/REUTERS

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Lucky, a Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) Police dog in training, stands between officers as they train inside the new MTA Police Department Canine Training Center in Stormville, New York, U.S., June 6, 2016. MIKE SEGAR/REUTERS

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Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) Police Officer Daniel McCade and his K-9 partner Droga, a Belgian Malinois, work during a simulated bomb search near dedicated MTA busses permanently installed for training at the new MTA Police Department Canine Training Center in Stormville, New York, U.S., June 6, 2016. MIKE SEGAR/REUTERS

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Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) Police Officer Kevin Pimpinelli works with his K-9 partner Johnny, a German Shepherd, during a simulated bomb search outside a dedicated Metro-North Railroad commuter train car permanently installed for training at the new MTA Police Department Canine Training Center in Stormville, New York, U.S., June 6, 2016. MIKE SEGAR/REUTERS

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A Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) Police K-9 explosive detection dog leaps over an obstacle during agility training at the new MTA Police Department Canine Training Center in Stormville, New York, U.S., June 6, 2016. MIKE SEGAR/REUTERS

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Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) Police Officer Jason Wharton interacts with his K-9 partner Mikey, a German Shepherd, as they train at the new MTA Police Department Canine Training Center in Stormville, New York, U.S., June 6, 2016. MIKE SEGAR/REUTERS

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Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) Police Officer Jason Wharton walks with his K-9 partner Mikey, a German Shepherd, as they train outside the new MTA Police Department Canine Training Center in Stormville, New York, U.S., June 6, 2016. MIKE SEGAR/REUTERS

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Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) Police K-9 explosive detection dogs sit on command during agility training at the new MTA Police Department Canine Training Center in Stormville, New York, U.S., June 6, 2016. MIKE SEGAR/REUTERS

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Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) Police K-9 explosive detection teams train on the agility course at the new MTA Police Department Canine Training Center in Stormville, New York, U.S., June 6, 2016. MIKE SEGAR/REUTERS

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Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) Police K-9 explosive detection teams train on the agility course at the new MTA Police Department Canine Training Center in Stormville, New York, U.S., June 6, 2016. MIKE SEGAR/REUTERS

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