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Wrapped in Glory. Military and Law Enforcement Working Dogs. Only thing to add ' God bless America' & GSDs♥

Sapper David Brown and Major Richard Peace from the Mentoring Task Force with Explosive Detection Dog Bundy in Tarin Kowt, Afghanistan.

Lorsque ce héros a été inhumé, il à été vraiment Honoré ...  et il est un chien.  When this hero was buried, it was really to Honoré ... and he's a dog.

When This Hero Was Laid To Rest, He Was Truly Honored. An incredibly brave & loyal police dog. God Bless him.

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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"Lucca, a German Shepherd-Belgian Malinois mix who led special forces soldiers onto a battlefield in Afghanistan’s Helmand River Valley in March of 2012 and lost her left front leg in an IED explosion.

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dogs of war 2 Lex is a German shepherd whose trainer, Marine Corp. Dustin Lee, died in a mortar attack in Falluja in

U.S. Marine Corps Sergeant Adam Leigh Cann, 23 of Davie, Florida, was killed in action on January 5, 2006 by a suicide bomb attack in Ramadi, Iraq. Sgt. Cann and his bomb-sniffing dog, Bruno were working security and crowd control at an Iraqi police recruiting  center. Bruno alerted on a suspected target in the crowd. Sgt. Cann confronted a male suspect & discovered he was wearing a vest of explosives. Sgt. Cann threw himself into the terrorist as he detonated the vest. Check our full story.

Marine Corps Sergeant Adam Leigh Cann, age 23 of Davie, Florida, was killed in action on January 2006 by a suicide bomb attack in Ramadi, Iraq. Cann and his bomb-sniffing German.

Retirement of a military dog. My faith in the human race is restored.

Previous pinner said: "I love this photo. Ceremony of a Military Working Dog retiring. So great these dogs are treated with respect and honor!" This may be a Police Dog, and not a MWD. Either way, thank you for your service!

Heart Wrenching...RIP Solo

A Police Dog Died Yesterday. This is his Caretaker/Partner/Best Friend Saying Goodbye one Last Time.