CAMP LEMONNIER, Djibouti (April 2, 2011) - U.S. Navy Lieutenant Junior Grade John Maurus, Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit 11 team leader, thanks Zeus, a U.S. Navy military explosive detector working dog, after completing the EOD Memorial five kilometer run April 2. photo by U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Dawn M. Price)
KHAN NESHIN DISTRICT, Afghanistan Ð U.S. Marine Cpl. Sean Grady, a dog handler and pointman with Red Platoon, Echo Company, 1st Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion and 27-year-old native of Otho, Iowa, and Ace, an improvised explosive device detection dog, post security during a dismounted patrol here, April 27, 2012. US Marines
'Scott' a Military Working Dog in protective gear. National K-9 Veterans Day is today (March 13) and we couldn't be prouder of all the military working dogs who serve, drooling or no drooling. Check out the other dog pins on our images board as well. Some military dogs even donate blood!