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Navy SEALS and Navy DOGS! This is an amazing photo of the Navy Seals repelling from a helicopter with their dog"s. The Navy Seals will actually do this. Great action picture with only the rotary blades showing motion.

Vietnam Scott Dog & Handler - Sad that our military left our K9 warriors behind in Vietnam

Memorial Honoring the War Dogs who served in the Vietnam Nam War. Many had to be left behind. Very sad times :-(

I just love this photo of our nations K9 heroes Senior Airman Carrie Dowdy, 379th Expeditionary Security Forces Squadron military working dog handler and MWD Ciro Photo by Tech. Sgt. Jason Edwards

Another Pinner said: I just love this photo of our nations heroes Senior Airman Carrie Dowdy, Expeditionary Security Forces Squadron military working dog handler and MWD Ciro Photo by Tech.

Lex (E132) German Shepherd, Military Working Dog U.S. Marine Corps (Ret.) Laying next to the grave of his Master  and loyal partner Corporal Dustin Jerome Lee, 20 year old U.S. Marine Corps canine handler from Mississippi. KIA Iraq..

How terribly sad! Lex German Shepherd, Military Working Dog U.) Laying next to the grave of his Master and loyal partner Corporal Dustin Jerome Lee, 20 year old U. Marine Corps canine handler from Mississippi.

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I am from Seymour-Johnson Air Force Base in North Carolina. My MWD Carlos was euthanized today due to cancer. MWD Carlos was 11 years old and had served 8 tours in Iraq, Afghanistan, Jordan, and Saudi Arabia.

US Marine Corp dog Lucca with her owner Gunnery Sergeant Chris Willingham at the Wellington Barracks in London after receiving the Dickin Medal

Marine Corp dog is awarded the highest honor for animals

Marine Corp dog is awarded the highest honor for animals Let's always remember the soldiers (and dogs) who fight for our country.

CONNIE MWD adopted by her partner Senior Airman Brandon Denton, taken during a retirement ceremony in honor of three military working dogs at MacDill Air Force Base, Fla.

Honoring those who serve. Buddy, a military working dog of the 460th Security Forces Squadron, sports a cast after receiving surgery due to an injury sustained during deployment in Southwest Asia. Buddy is retiring after nearly eight years of military service and will be adopted by Staff Sgt. Michael Clark, 460th SFS MWD handler, his partner since 2011. Respect!  https://loveahero.com #LoveAHero

Buddy, Security Forces Squadron military working dog, sports a casts after having his toe amputated during a deployment in Southwest Asia. Buddy is retiring after nearly eight years of military service and will be adopted by Staff Sgt.

Honoring all our human and K9 soldiers - thank you for your service!

Thank you for your interest in the DOD Military Working Dog Adoption Program. The DOD Military Working Dog Adoption Program is managed by the Training Squadron, United States Air Force.