Dispatch from Cleveland Resident Lisa Square, Navy Master-at-Arms 2nd Class

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Master-at-Arms 2nd Class Lisa Square, Naval Base Kitsap’s 2013 Junior Sailor of the Year and a Cleveland native, checks her military working dogs temperature while as part of the first inaugural Navy Region Northwest MWD Competition at Naval Base Kitsap.
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  • Master-at-Arms 2nd Class Lisa Square, Naval Base Kitsap’s 2013 Junior Sailor of the Year and a Cleveland native, checks her military working dog's temperature while as part of the first inaugural Navy Region Northwest MWD Competition at Naval Base Kitsap.

Lisa Square, Navy master-at-arms and Cleveland native, earned the "Best in Detection" award during the Navy's first-ever military working dog competition at Naval Base Kitsap in Silverdale, Wash. Sailors stationed throughout the region "competed to display the skill set and camaraderie developed among themselves and their canine partners," a Navy spokesman explains.

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