A military dog who lost a leg when sniffing out a roadside bomb has been awarded the animal equivalent of the Victoria Cross after serving in more than 400 missions in Iraq and Afghanistan. Lucca, a German shepherd, served in the US Marine Cor
Animals have been, and continue to be, the unsung heroes of all wars. Here, a US Marine comforts his German Shepherd taking his last breaths after he was shot by a Japanese sniper in the jungle. A corpsman is taking what looks like an X-Ray anyway.
This is Staff Sgt. Carlos Paniagua, Patrol and Explosives Detection Dog Handler, Military Police Battalion, Detachment NCOIC, and MWD Rex The picture was taken during a MEDEVAC training in Kosovo I like that type of carry on luggage
Navy SEAL, John Douangdara, age Master at Arms Petty Officer, Class killed in action in Afghanistan on August dog was a Belgian Malinois named Bart. Douangara was the lead dog handler for SEAL Team Six.
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