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A dog handler makes a fuss of his pawed partner while on Exercise in Jordan.

Retired U.S. Army Capt. James Van Thach gets some love from his service dog, Liz. He says his service dog helped him get his independance back

'She gives me independence': Service dog helps wounded veteran heal

Corporal Megan Leavey and “Sergeant Rex”

Senator Charles E. Schumer launched an online petition today to urge the United States Air Force to reunite Sergeant Rex, a military working dog, with his former partner, Iraq War veteran Corporal Megan Leavey, with whom he helped identify and disabl

Lucca, Heroine Marine Dog Who Lost Her Leg In Afghanistan Awarded Top Honor For Valor

Hero Marine Dog Who Lost Her Leg In Afghanistan Awarded Top Honor For Valor

Adorable bull terrier helped a guy get over being dumped on his birthday: Jimmy the bull terrier

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Afghanistan, Day The use of teams has proved essential in the detection of booby traps, improvised explosive devices (IEDs) and other explosives that would otherwise be undetectable to modern technologies, greatly increasing soldier safety.

Staff Sgt. Erica McRell, 7th Security Forces Squadron military working dog trainer, was awarded the Bronze Star Medal Jan. 24, 2014, for her acts of heroism, merit and meritorious service she exhibited while deployed in Afghanistan. During deployment operations, McRell’s position was lead. She was responsible for locating and isolating improvised explosive devices. McRell and Jonny saved lives by finding more than 50 IEDs throughout southern Afghanistan. (Courtesy Photo)

Erica McRell, Security Forces Squadron military working dog trainer, was awarded the Bronze Star Medal Jan. for her acts of heroism.

In Afghanistan this pup saved this soldiers life from being killed by an IED

A dog handler serving in Afghanistan not only saved the life of a soldier who had been critically injured by an IED blast but then went on to trace and apprehend the bomb makers with the help of his canine comrade. Lance Corporal Lee Edwards, and his

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