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Know More About The Dogs In The Military - Infographic

Know More About The Dogs In The Military - Infographic

Know More About The Dogs In The Military - Infographic (:Tap The LINK NOW:) We provide the best essential unique equipment and gear for active duty American patriotic military branches, well strategic selected.We love tactical American gear

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finding and applying the bitey-est and most appallingly driven dogs for the good of mankind!

Military dogs can suffer from PTSD. Let's help them and human soldiers.

The Front Lines (41 Photos)

MWD with the gear on, waiting for something interesting to happen...

MWD (Military Working Dog) with the gear on, waiting for something interesting to happen.

The real Marine Corporal Megan Leavey and her military working dog Rex. At right, Kate Mara in the movie. Learn more about the real story and the real German Shepherd who inspired it: http://www.historyvshollywood.com/reelfaces/megan-leavey/

We compare the Megan Leavey true story to the movie about dog Sergeant Rex and Marine Corporal Megan Leavey.

{ THE 9 BIGGEST MYTHS ABOUT MILITARY WORKING DOGS } #WeTheMighty ..... ''Military working dogs have been thrust into the media spotlight over the last few years, bringing awareness to the critical roles they play in the U.S. armed forces. While once considered “unsung heroes,” multiple books, television shows, and even a military working dog monument have brought attention to their service.''...... http://www.wearethemighty.com/military-working-dogs-myths-2015-02

Mark Bush, Expeditionary Security Forces Squadron military working dog handler, gets affectionately licked by his dog, Xarius, June 2014 at an undisclosed location in Southwest Asia.

Staff Sgt. 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. 2011.

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.

Military working dogs have their own Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to protect them from their surroundings. 1st Military Working Dog regiment: http://www.army.mod.uk/medical-services/veterinary/30499.aspx

Military working dogs have their own Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to protect them from their surroundings.

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