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Gallantry: A demobbed Bing receives his PDSA Dickin Medal in 1946

Bing the World War Two parachuting dog | Mail Online

A soldier dog

Sgt. Spano and Lobo, Da Nang, Vietnam, August 1968 by Marine Corps Archives Special Collections, via Flickr. One of a series of official Marine Corps photographs of Sgt. Spano and his War Dog Lobo completing a parachute jump in Da Nang, Vietnam, August 1968. The caption reads “Away they go—Spano and Lobo dive out of the plane for the long awaited jump.” From the Jonathan F. Abel Collection (COLL/3611), United States Marine Corps Archives Special Collections OFFICIAL USMC PHOTOGRAPH

WWII Hero ‘Bing and sniper Jack Walton would courageously go in first and make sure the area was safe. When his ability to sniff out trouble was recognised, he was trained to jump out of planes and went on to witness some of history’s most crucial moments. Read more:

Bing para dog, Normandy veteran and winner of an award for valor in combat.

Bing the World War Two parachuting dog | Mail Online

Wow #German #Shepherd at #work

War dog

On my flight, I sat next to an Air Force K-9 bomb dog. Rank has its privileges.

18 Dogs With Very Important Jobs

K9 Unit And the GSD heads the attack group!

U.S. Army Cpl. Roth and his military working dog, Sgt. Rosso. Best dogs in the whole world. Will give their lives for you'.

Military working dogs. Thanks for your service! - Military Working Dogs


My German Shepherd Mix Spike does that to me sometimes when I kiss him. Find spike on my My Pets Board.

#Vigo the Military Working Dog... Like,Repin,Share, Thanks!

Sergeant Stubby (1916 or 1917 – March 16, 1926), was the most decorated war dog of World War I and the only dog to be promoted to sergeant through combat.

Military working dog

Military working dog takes flight

soldier buddies

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War dogs.

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United States Navy SEALs used a Belgian Malinois war dog named Cairo in Operation Neptune Spear, in which Osama bin Laden was killed.

About military working dog adoptions

He's not heavy.....he's my brother!