Marine Corps commanders are reviewing the branch's Military Working Dog Program as part of a larger force restructuring, and the number of working dogs will likely decline from 210 to 150 over the next two years, says program director Bill Childress. More dogs will be trained to perform multiple tasks instead of for a single purpose, Childress said.
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