Military Dogs To Help With Inauguration Security

Military working dogs will play a key role at President Obama’s inauguration next week. Col. Jesse D. Galvan, who serves as the provost marshal for Joint Task Force-National Capital Region/Military District of Washington, was quoted in an Army press release as saying his organization would help provide support to the Secret Service. Read More:

Can mass spectrometers rival the canine nose?

Locating survivors trapped within rubble is a demanding job. Dogs are the best tool we have at the present time but they have difficulty identifying the victims most in need of help, namely, those that are still alive. Meanwhile, man’s answer to Fido’s soggy snout, the mass spectrometer, has been improved to the point that…