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Roselle was Michael Hingson's guide dog. She guided him 78 floors out of one of the towers on 9/11.

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Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Ryan Lee, master at arms, and Petty Officer 1st Class Valdo, working dog, sleep on a hospital floor in Kandahar. Valdo and Lee both were wounded by shrapnel in a rocket propelled grenade attach in Bala Murghab District, Badghis Province, on April 4, 2011. Both Lee and Valdo were awarded Purple Heart medals. Valdo fully recovered after five surgeries, served another year, then retired and now lives with Lee in New Jersey. (USAF/Master Sgt. Kevin Wallace

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Killed in Afghanistan March 2013~Deepest sympathies to MWD Bak's handler and all who knew him and the men who died with him. Bak was ambushed by the insider attack that also took the lives of two American soldiers and two Afghani policemen. The handler was wounded, but is expected to make a quick recovery.

In 2010 military working dog Treo, from 104 Military Working Dogs, St George's Barracks in Oakham, Leicestershire, received the Dickin Medal for sniffing out IEDs and saving the lives of the soldiers he was patrolling with while on duty in Afghanistan.

A soldier seconded to the 1st Military Working Dog Regiment from the 1st Battalion The Duke of Lancaster's Regiment is pictured with Military Working Dog 'Dinah' during a patrol base exercise in Afghanistan.

Military working dogs

This is Arek, a military working dog who's missing some teeth from an IED explosion in Iraq, has PTSD, and is scared of fireworks and ... mice. U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Carolyn (Viss) Herrick. Brave and beautiful!

Dog Saved Kitten From Fire! GOOD DOG!!

This man protected an orphanage (with 25 orphans run by this man's mother) in Kenya from a gang of thugs with machete. A hero! The Internet collected 65k (only 2k was needed) to help them secure the orphanage wall & land. *Making a Difference!*

This is Sergeant Michael Knapp, saying goodbye to his new-born daughter, Kinsley. It was the last time he got to hold her. On May 18th, 2012 he was killed overseas. We miss you, Michael, you are fallen, but not forgotten. This shatters my heart.

The Story: "I was the flight attendant on a Memorial Day flight. Speaking with the passenger in the front row, I learned that the dog pictured was Corporal Kiddy. She had just earned her retirement after 12 years with the U.S. Marines. I made an announcement to congratulate her on her career. The cabin erupted into applause. The corporal jumped onto the nearest lap to graciously accept."

As ANZAC DAY comes around to remind us of all those who have given the supreme sacrifice to keep us free, The Islander honours and remembers Sapper Jamie Larcombe, Kangaroo Island's bravest and most beautiful boy. We thank you, Jamie for our freedom. "An 'Avenue' for Jamie" read the full story online now: www.theislanderon...

Australian Corporal Daniel Keighran awaded the Victoria Cross.

Soldier's Prayer

In May 1945 Private Murray (Australia) was one of only 30 PWs still alive at Ranau. He and Pte Keith Botterill stole rice from the Japanese to build up food stocks as they intended to escape. When the theft was discovered Pte Murray stepped forward to take responsibility, knowing he would be killed. He was bayonetted and his body thrown into a bomb crater at Ranau on 20 May. Pte Murray sacrificed his life to save his friend. Pte Botterill did escape, one of 6 survivors of Sandakan death marches.

Faith in humanity restored

Faith In Humanity Restored – 18 Pics

Truly, a soldier's best friend! Give a Like and support these two heroes! #tiltright There are 2 words -- just 2 words -- that Obama, Congress and Corporate America hope you’ll never realize. Watch this video ad and discover what they are… patriotproducts.o...

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What a wonderful story !!! Wish we had more Mikes around. This is Chester, he was a 3 year old starving bear that had crawled into someone's yard too weak to stand yet seeking to raid their compost pile. Mike was able to catch him and found an old and infected gunshot wound to his shoulder. He cared for him for 6 weeks while clearing up the infection and fattening him up. He was able to release him back to the wild.

Firefighters for Breast Cancer Awareness