Iwo Jima: War Dogs Can "Take It." "King" wasn't mentioned in casualty lists from Iwo Jima. But if a dog deserves honorable mention, it is "King". A German Shepherd, this heroic war dog suffered eight shrapnel wounds in the heavy fighting here. Bandaged at a first aid station, "King" continued to do his duty. He is shown with Marine Private Steven Hruby.
Frank, a Civil War mount, was present at Gettysburg- " Image of a white horse in saddle and bridle with US brand on left leg standing in middle of a dirt street; reverse with printed history and list of battle in which Frank participated: 14 battles from Gettysburg to Appomattox, serving with Battery D, 1st N.Y. Artillery, 5th Army Corps " Gives you chills.
Nui Dat, South Vietnam. 1969-06. The black Labrador tracker dog, Julian, and his handler Private (Pte) Bob Pearson of Bulli, NSW, rest after a workout at the 1st Australian Task Force (1ATF). Julian and Bob are from the Tracker Platoon of the 9th Battalion, The Royal Australian Regiment (9RAR).