"We're going to do what we go through in normal day-to-day life," said Air Force Tech Sgt. Steve Leimer, 21st Security Forces Squadron, "officer protection, show obviously the fun stuff – the dog attacking the decoy – we'll go on to searching decoy and how this helps officers out in the field." Four dog handlers from 21st SFS provided a demonstration Nov. 2 at Falcon Middle School in Peyton, Colo. The airmen, from nearby Peterson Air Force Base, volunteered to exhibit their ability to coordinate officer protection, escort services and drug detection, as well as explain their career field. The school presentation occurred during Red Ribbon Week, when students are encouraged to celebrate a drug free life.

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