Successfully completes the Canine Nurse course, a program designed to strengthen the medical and well-being capabilities of military service canines.
The course, which was carried out at the facilities of the Military Canine Training School located in the Air Maintenance Command; It had the enthusiastic participation of seven Non-Commissioned Officers from the Aerospace Force and two canine guides from the IMPEC Prison Penitentiary Institute. From this moment on, they will have the responsibility of applying the knowledge acquired in the different Air Units.
During this period of intensive instruction, participants learned essential skills in the care and medical attention of military service dogs, as well as canine first aid practices, dressing and healing techniques, handling emergency situations, and preventing specific illnesses. for canines.
The closing event, which was framed by the martial spirit of this group of men and women, was attended by the second Commander of CAMAN, who congratulated the graduates for their dedication and outstanding achievements, in the same way, he expressed his satisfaction with the results of the course, highlighting the importance of having highly trained canine nurses in Air Force units. “Our canines play a vital role in various operations, and ensuring their health and well-being is a priority. This course has strengthened our capabilities in caring for these loyal companions,” said the Lieutenant Colonel.
Graduates are now equipped with specialized knowledge that will contribute to the preventative and emergency medical care of service canines across the Force. In this way, the Air Institution reaffirms its commitment to the well-being of its members, and continues to lead in the implementation of innovative programs that improve the operational capabilities of the organization.