Left trigger to equip and rb button to release attack
All I see are dogs floating in mid air
Why would they carry dogs like that? I'm confused
@Superior Cotton, you'd put your dog in a sling if you had to go down a rope or ladder or something. I can't think of another reason
@Superior Cotton, because if the dogs were carrying the people it would look silly
@Superior Cotton, training to carry the dogs if they get wounded
@Vesrox, Either that or just so the dog isnt dragging the handler around if they are going a long distance
@Superior Cotton, for control i guess. The dogs are trained to know whats an enemy, maybe theyre too aggressive and carry them so they dont just bum rush to their death lol
@Superior Cotton, Israeli Defence Force. They carry the dogs like that for rapelling and airborne operations so that the dogs don't get scared and jump out of the helicopter or flail around when descending a rope line. They take them out when they reach a relatively safe area on the ground when the helicopter moves or they clear the drop zone of the rope.
@SundayGunday, thanks i was about to type all that. Could you imagine trying to jump out of a plane with essentially a retarded ground kite that is trained to kill running around beside you? Yup holstering that dog is a good/safe alternative.
@Superior Cotton, If I remember right, airborne units use them when jumping into combat zones from planes or high flying helicopters. I imagine they use it when using low flying helicopters and rope drops too.
The only people that carry dogs like that, have a high k/d ratio and care package setup.
When you get 9 unassisted kills
Confirmed dogs in advanced warfare yes
@ nigmin, what
Something about having a dog on your belt seems...off
@GreatGraySif, The dogs would probably rather be somewhere else, doing anything else
If only the dogs came equipped with something they could transport themselves on...
This is wrong
Do you want the bullet or the teeth?
"It's faster than reloading". Cpl Dunn
Wouldn't it be cool if the glocks were attached to the muzzle and the dogs could fire them?