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PHOTOS: 'Dogs Of War'

From Lisa Rogak: Military working dogs first gained widespread attention after people learned that a dog named Cairo participated in the SEAL Team 6 mission that led to Osama bin Laden's death. Before that, few civilians realized that dogs served ...
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    Military Working Dog Cindy shows off her cold-weather boots at Grand Forks Air Force Base in North Dakota

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    Animals at War

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