A Soldiers Best Friend During the Stop Move Directive

Military working dog, Szlovi, and his handler Pfc.Lexi Kreitlow, both from 503rd Military Working Dog Detachment, 142nd Military Police Company, 19th expeditionary sustainment Command, helps him navigate through obstacles during a training exercises, Mar. 23, 2020, Camp Humphreys, Republic of Korea. Szlovi is a single-purpose military working dog, trained as a drug detection dog. (U.S. Army Photo by Pfc. Jillian Hix, 20th Public Affairs Detachment)
Military working dog, Szlovi, and his handler Pfc.Lexi Kreitlow, both from 503rd Military Working Dog Detachment, 142nd Military Police Company, 19th expeditionary sustainment Command, helps him navigate through obstacles during a training exercises, Mar. 23, 2020, Camp Humphreys, Republic of Korea. Szlovi is a single-purpose military working dog, trained as a drug detection dog. (U.S. Army Photo by Pfc. Jillian Hix, 20th Public Affairs Detachment)

Military working dog, Szlovi, and his handler Pfc.Lexi Kreitlow, both from 503rd Military Working Dog Detachment, 142nd Military Police Company, 19th expeditionary sustainment Command, helps him navigate through obstacles during a training exercises, Mar. 23, 2020, Camp Humphreys, Republic of Korea. Szlovi is a single-purpose military working dog, trained as a drug detection dog. (U.S. Army Photo by Pfc. Jillian Hix, 20th Public Affairs Detachment)

Pfc. Lexi Kreitlow, military working dog handler, and Szlovi military working dog, both from 503rd Military Working Dog Detachment, 142nd Military Police Company, 19th expeditionary sustainment Command, his handler Kreitlow, gives him a command during a training exercises, Mar. 23, 2020, Camp Humphreys, Republic of Korea. Szlovi is a single-purpose military working dog, trained as a drug detection dog. (U.S. Army Photo by Pfc. Jillian Hix, 20th Public Affairs Detachment)
Pfc. Lexi Kreitlow, military working dog handler, and Szlovi military working dog, both from 503rd Military Working Dog Detachment, 142nd Military Police Company, 19th expeditionary sustainment Command, his handler Kreitlow, gives him a command during a training exercises, Mar. 23, 2020, Camp Humphreys, Republic of Korea. Szlovi is a single-purpose military working dog, trained as a drug detection dog. (U.S. Army Photo by Pfc. Jillian Hix, 20th Public Affairs Detachment)

Pfc. Lexi Kreitlow, military working dog handler,and Szlovi military working dog, both from 503rd Military Working Dog Detachment, 142nd Military Police Company, 19th Expeditionary Sustainment Command is training her dog, to navigate obstacles during a training exercises, Mar. 23, 2020,Camp Humphreys, Republic of Korea. Szlovi is a single-purpose military working dog, trained as a drug detection dog. (U.S. Army Photo by Pfc. Jillian Hix, 20th Public Affairs Detachment)

Pfc. Lexi Kreitlow, military working dog handler, and Szlovi military working dog, both from 503rd Military Working Dog Detachment, 142nd Military Police Company, 19th expeditionary sustainment Command, pose for a photo, Mar. 23, 2020, Camp Humphreys, Republic of Korea. Szlovi is a single-purpose military working dog, trained as a drug detection dog. (U.S. Army Photo by Pfc. Jillian Hix, 20th Public Affairs Detachment)

Military working dog, Szlovi, and his handler Pfc.Lexi Kreitlow, both from 503rd Military Working Dog Detachment, 142nd Military Police Company, 19th expeditionary sustainment Command, helps him navigate through obstacles during a training exercises, Mar. 23, 2020, Camp Humphreys, Republic of Korea. Szlovi is a single-purpose military working dog, trained as a drug detection dog. (U.S. Army Photo by Pfc. Jillian Hix, 20th Public Affairs Detachment)

Military working dog, Szlovi, and his handler Pfc.Lexi Kreitlow, both from 503rd Military Working Dog Detachment, 142nd Military Police Company, 19th expeditionary sustainment Command, helps him navigate through obstacles during a training exercises, Mar. 23, 2020, Camp Humphreys, Republic of Korea. Szlovi is a single-purpose military working dog, trained as a drug detection dog. (U.S. Army Photo by Pfc. Jillian Hix, 20th Public Affairs Detachment)

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