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Military working dog and his handler pose for a photo in front of explosives found during a deployment. MWD Benjo retired Nov. 12, 2009. (U.S. Air Force photo)

Military working dog and his handler pose for a photo in front of explosives found during a deployment. Air Force photo) we all need to honor soldiers and dogs

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

Veteran+Service Dog “The road is long With many a winding turn That leads us to who knows where Who knows when But I’m strong Strong enough to carry him He ain’t heavy, he’s my brother”

A Marine veteran and former military working dog handler offers some tips on how to train your dog.

How To Train Your Dog To Military Standards

Michael Stevens, a military working dog handler for Combined Team Zabul, Afghanistan, runs his military working/patrol explosive detection dog Karo through an explosive device detection training session at Forward Operating Base Lagman, Feb.

Thank you for your service soldier! What’s important to understand about the #Warrior #Dog Foundation is that it was founded first and foremost to be there for retired Military Working Dogs in any capacity. #dogs #military #uniform #CatsNDogsApparel

Thank you for your service soldier! important to understand about the Warrior Dog Foundation is that it was founded first and foremost to be there for retired Military Working Dogs in any capacity.

God Bless and Thank you for service and dedication. My deepest condolences to your family, friends and fellow servicemen.  MWD Hopski K008

Today is yet another sad day in the community. MWD Hopski has succumbed to cancer and crossed The Rainbow Bridge. Hopski was an explosive detection with The United States Navy, who kept our servicemen and women safe during his deployments to Afghanistan.

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Dog Involved in Bin Laden Mission

I love this picture soo much. ~ MWD

German Shepherd Military War standing in formation with fellow Soldiers - HEROES & God Bless you!

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