Dog-sappers are baptized in the Khabarovsk Territory

In the Khabarovsk Territory, sappers are baptized in battle. The first task is to detect explosives so that the engineers of the engineering unit can demine the route.

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      3 November 2016 20: 57
      Are dogs sappers?
      The detection of explosives by a dog and the designation is already called a sapper ...
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        4 November 2016 03: 23
        Quote: sherp2015
        Are dogs sappers?
        The detection of explosives by a dog and the designation is already called a sapper ...

        Many to whom Dogs-sappers saved their lives by uncovering a mine, a land mine, a stretch can argue with you.
        It looks like the expression - "He said how he pulled it into the water" is about you.
        Do not write "smart" comments in those topics where you are a layman.
      3. +1
        4 November 2016 07: 06
        and what should it be called? or they must defuse the bomb with their teeth to be called a "sapper" for you

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