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From the @usarmy: Today, we commemorate the 5th Anniversary of the establishment of Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) 31K, Military Working Dog (MWD) Handler.
For decades, Military Working Dog Teams have been an important function of the Military Police Corps. The position of MWD Handler was an additional skill that allowed Soldiers to perform MWD duties on a limited time basis. While this method found success, the constant loss of continuity and experience for this technical skill held the program back due to its part-time nature, based on a Soldier's career model at the time. This experience gap persuaded key leaders to pursue a more permanent solution that would eliminate these continuity losses and maximize the valuable skill-set of the #MWD Handler.
On 16 October 2014, the Army officially recognized MOS #31K as a part of the Military Police Family.
We wish all of our Military and Department of the Army Civilian Working Dog Handlers, past and present, a Happy 5th Birthday for a profession they all helped build. Because of your efforts, the Army’s MWD Program is Ready, Relevant, and Responsive.
In recognition of this significant date in Army MWD history, we are proud to unveil the emblem representing the Army’s MWD Program:
This icon utilizes negative space to highlight the combination of a dog and its handler that comprise the Military Working Dog Team. The M, W, and D denote the acronym for the Military Working Dog. The H in the negative space between the M and W signifies the title of the 31K MOS: Military Working Dog Handler. The diagonal line crossing between the M, W, and through the H to the dog, represents the connection between handler and dog as a MWD team. The fierce silhouette of a Belgian Malinois in the negative space of the D embodies the dog’s ability to deter adversaries through its mere presence while maintaining a watchful eye on what lies ahead. The overall contour of the design resembles that of a bullet. This symbolizes the speed and velocity of the dog upon release by the handler. The design utilizes black and gold to affirm its place as the Military Working.