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Sergeant Stubby a true American hero

Cool! Such a brave doggie

Sergeant Stubby, the ‘Hero Dog of WWI,’ once caught a German soldier by the seat of his pants and held him until American soldiers came. He also served in 17 battles, saved his regiment from surprise.

Here's Sergeant Stubby, American badass and decorated war-torn soldier. He was once a stray puppy, found by then-Private J. Robert Conroy ne...

Sergeant Stubby Will Change The Way You Look At Your Dog

S T U B B Y FIRST W A R D O G H E R O Meet America 's first war dog, a stray Pit Bull/Terrier mix, named Stubby. He became Sgt. Stubby, was the most decorated war dog of World War I and the only dog to be promoted to sergeant through combat.

World War I Photos from the National Archive of the Netherlands    American army dog Stubby, rank of sergeant. Stubby died in 1926.

Stubby fought in 17 battles in WWI. He warned his unit of incoming gas attacks and artillery shelling; he located wounded soldiers, and helped capture a German spy. He was the most decorated dog of WWI.

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Sergeant Stubby: Stray and War Hero

Sergeant Stubby

Sgt Stubby Sergeant Stubby, was the most decorated war dog of World War I and the only dog to be promoted to sergeant through combat. America's first war dog, Stubby served 18 months 'over there' and participated in seventeen battles on the Western Front.

After catching the spy, Stubby made U.S. history by becoming the first dog to be promoted to sergeant through combat. He even wore the Iron Cross of the German he captured on his doggie jacket, among his many other accolades. | Sergeant Stubby Will Change The Way You Look At Your Dog

Sergeant Stubby Will Change The Way You Look At Your Dog

John Pershing awards Sergeant Stubby with a medal.

Sergeant Stubby: How a Stray Dog and His Best Friend Helped Win World War I and Stole the Heart of a Nation

Sergeant Stubby: How a Stray Dog and His Best Friend Helped Win World War I and Stole the Heart of a Nation

Badass of the Week: Sergeant Stubby the War Dog

Amazing story about a dog that served in the front lines along with his fellow soldier - in WW I

Battle weary hero with medal for bravery...Sgt. Stubby.  17 Battles.  Captured German spy.  Nearly killed by nerve gas; he was able to alert soldiers to its presence.

Battle weary hero with medal for bravery. a WWII decorated war dog who served with US troops. Nearly killed by nerve gas; he was able to alert soldiers to its presence.

Sergeant Stubby: How a Stray Dog and His Best Friend Helped Win World War I and Stole the Heart of a Nation

Sergeant Stubby: How a Stray Dog and His Best Friend Helped Win World War I and Stole the Heart of a Nation

This is how it should be, AMIRIGHT?! | Sergeant Stubby Will Change The Way You Look At Your Dog

Sergeant Stubby Will Change The Way You Look At Your Dog

Corporal Robert Conroy and Sergeant Stubby photo portrait Seargent Stubby is a dog who actually got the rank of sergeant

Sergeant Stubby | Atlas Obscura:  The most decorated dog of WWI is preserved in the Smithsonian for his heroism

Sergeant Stubby

Discover Sergeant Stubby in Washington, D.: The most decorated dog of WWI is preserved in the Smithsonian for his heroism.

American military dog Sergeant Stubby poses for a portrait while wearing a great coat during World War I. 1917.

Astounding Photos Of The Military Animals We've Forced Into War

American military dog Sergeant Stubby poses for a portrait while wearing a great coat during World War I. 1917.

Stubby was a clever little guy, and could identify friend or foe based on the language they were speaking. He had a knack for finding wounded soldiers and alerting medics. He even caught a German spy snooping around Allied trenches. | Sergeant Stubby Will Change The Way You Look At Your Dog

Sergeant Stubby Will Change The Way You Look At Your Dog

Meet America’s first war dog, a stray Pit Bull/Terrier mix, named Stubby. He became Sgt. Stubby, the most decorated war dog of World War I and the only dog to be promoted to sergeant through combat.

Sergeant Stubby (1916 or 1917 – March 16, 1926), was the most decorated war dog of World War I and the only dog to be promoted to sergeant through combat.


Oh yeah, and he was a pit :)

SGT Stubby America's First and most decorated WAR Dog! In WWII, I saved my unit. They gave me a medal. Now the country I served wants to destroy my kind.

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