Military Dogs, Best Friends, Hero, Working Dogs, Service Dogs, Man, War Dogs
Military dog visits WWII Marine war dog memorial. Pauses to remember his heroes. In the background you can make out some of the names of the dogs who died in service to our country.
Heroes. We forget that there are military working dogs who do their best to keep our men and women safe God bless all our troops
Military dog visits WWII Marine war dog memorial. Pauses to remember his heroes. In the background you can make out some of the names of the dogs who died in service to our country. An interesting google if you have a mind to know more.
Famous || U.S. Soldier and Military Dog at a Military Working Dog Memorial Statue || U.S. Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Blake Soller and his military working dog Rico pay tribute to the National War Dog Cemetery on Naval Base Guam Oct. 27, 2006. Soller is a K-9 handler assigned to Naval Security Force John F. Looney, U.S. Navy.
Service dogs Mans best friend
War Dog Memorial in Guam- A soldier and his canine partner stop to pay their respects. Rep. Michael Grimm, R-NY, spent 8 years in the Marines serving his country, before he started representing NY. He knows a little something about Veterans and their needs and has a wonderful idea on how we can help them. His idea also includes saving shelter dogs. Pairing them with Veterans who will train the dogs to help other veterans. Many Veterans who are dealing with Post Traumatic Stress have trouble with a lack of focus and purpose in their life. Something we all need, every day. Training the dogs, is suspected to give them focus and purpose, by the fact that the dog they are training will go to a another Vet to help make his life easier. It's not known for sure if training the dogs can help reduce Post Traumatic Stress, but Grimm would like to launch a pilot program to find out. The bill is co-sponsored by Reps. Peter King of New York, Leonard Lance of New Jersey, and Michael Michaud D-Maine. The Human Society has endorsed the idea, and has already implemented a program of their own in D.C. called, Dog Tags. Camp Pendleton in California, also has a similar program called Operation Heroes and Hounds. Both programs use homeless and shelter dogs. This is a no brainer - a true WIN WIN WIN situation. A soldier saves a dog, who saves a soldier, who saved the first soldier. God bless the soldiers who protect us, they are our Heroes. And God bless the dogs who are their Heroes. This article was originally posted on the web site Army Times, by Rick Maze. Photo courtesy The Blog Of Record
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061027-N-9662L-048 Santa Rita, Guam (Oct. 27, 2006) - Petty Officer 2nd Class Blake Soller, a Military Working Dog (MWD) handler pets the head of his MWD Rico, at the War Dog Cemetery located on Naval Base Guam. U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class John F. Looney (RELEASED) War Dog Memorial article. Incription from memorial commemorating World War II combat dogs... 25 Marine War Dogs gave their lives liberating Guam in 1944. They served as sentries, messengers, scouts. They explored caves, detected mines and booby traps. -SEMPER FIDELIS Kurt, Yonnie, Koko, Bunkie, Skipper, Poncho, Tubby, Hobo Ni, Prince, Fritz, Emmy, Missy, Cappy, Duke, Max, Blitz, Arno, Silver, Brockie, Bursch, Pepper, Ludwig, Rickey, Tam (buried at sea off Asan Point) Given in their memory and on behalf of the surviving men of the 2nd and 3rd marine war dogs platoons, many of whom owe their lives to the bravery and sacrifice of these gallant animals.