#MWD MEMORIAL These are for sale through the Veterans Park and Museum in Tampa, Florida. You can email Bob Silmser at rafkirk64@tampabay.rr.com to order them. They are $10 each plus shipping.  http://veteransparkhc.com/  is the site of the War Dog Memorial there in Tampa FL so if your ever down this way go see it! Beautiful setting and friendly folks!

#MWD MEMORIAL These are for sale through the Veterans Park and Museum in Tampa, Florida. You can email Bob Silmser at rafkirk64@tampabay.rr.com to order them. They are $10 each plus shipping. http://veteransparkhc.com/ is the site of the War Dog Memorial there in Tampa FL so if your ever down this way go see it! Beautiful setting and friendly folks!

A former pound puppy turned military working dog. Gabe captured America’s heart and was awarded the American Humane Association Hero Dog Award in 2012.

A former pound puppy turned military working dog. Gabe captured America’s heart and was awarded the American Humane Association Hero Dog Award in 2012.

That was a lot better than the IED blowing him and the Green Berets to pieces. That hadn’t happened thanks to one Soldier. One four-legged Soldier. Honza Bear had saved them all—again.

That was a lot better than the IED blowing him and the Green Berets to pieces. That hadn’t happened thanks to one Soldier. One four-legged Soldier. Honza Bear had saved them all—again.

Indiana State Seal: TheIndiana State Seal has gone through several revisions since the region was a part of the Northwest Territory. A full description of the Indiana State Seal can be found at http://www.indianahistory.org/.  The current design was standardized by the Indiana General Assembly in 1963. It depicts a woodsman chopping a sycamore tree, while an American Bison runs in the foreground and the sun sets in the background.

Indiana State Seal: TheIndiana State Seal has gone through several revisions since the region was a part of the Northwest Territory. A full description of the Indiana State Seal can be found at http://www.indianahistory.org/. The current design was standardized by the Indiana General Assembly in 1963. It depicts a woodsman chopping a sycamore tree, while an American Bison runs in the foreground and the sun sets in the background.

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