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These photos of our MWD heroes are just incredible! Staff Sgt. Carlos Paniagua, Patrol and Explosives Detection Dog Handler, 95th Military Police Battalion, K9 Detachment NCOIC, and his dog, Rex, sit on a Blackhawk's hoist as they get raised up into the Blackhawk during a K9 MEDEVAC training held at Camp Bondsteel, Kosovo. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Darriel Swatts, 69th Public Affairs Detachment.)
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.