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The most titled dog of WWI - Bull Terrier Sergeant Stubby. He was the only dog that was promoted in rank. After he was rescued from a gas attack, he became sensitive to poisons and was warning the soldiers before it became too late in case of gas attacks.

6 Historic Military Dogs Who Gave Everything For Their Country – I Bet You Haven’t Heard Of Them All!

6 Historic Military Dogs Who Gave Everything For Their Country – I Bet You Haven’t Heard Of Them All!

Stubby the pitbull: the first decorated canine war hero and the only dog to be promoted to sergeant

Stubby the pitbull: the first decorated canine war hero and the only dog to be promoted to sergeant

Sargent Stubby, first dog to fight for our country in WW1, a pit bull, it's a shame what people have done to this breed.

Sargent Stubby, first dog to fight for our country in WW1, a pit bull, it's a shame what people have done to this breed.

there are many ways a dog makes a fine soldier--they find and bite the bad guys, they find explosives and contraband, they find trip wires and booby traps, and they love and protect their handlers with the same level of sacrifice and loyalty that could ever be asked of any servicemember.

there are many ways a dog makes a fine soldier--they find and bite the bad guys, they find explosives and contraband, they find trip wires and booby traps, and they love and protect their handlers with the same level of sacrifice and loyalty that could ever be asked of any servicemember.

Cairo served alongside the 80 Navy SEALs who took out Osama bin Laden - MilitaryAvenue.com

The Bulletproof Dog That Stormed Bin Laden’s Lair

Cairo served alongside the 80 Navy SEALs who took out Osama bin Laden - MilitaryAvenue.com

Parting with their dogs at the end of their tours was often the hardest thing handlers had to face in Vietnam. Some likened it to losing a child. Denis Ferguson (not photographed) trained Marcus in Australia and served with his ‘mate’ during two tours of Vietnam. Ferguson applied through all the appropriate Army channels to take Marcus home with him, even offering to pay all the quarantine costs.The curt refusal he received,no reasons given,caused Ferguson trauma that he still feels…

Tracker Dog by Peter Haran- A true Australian Vietnam War Story

Parting with their dogs at the end of their tours was often the hardest thing handlers had to face in Vietnam. Some likened it to losing a child. Denis Ferguson (not photographed) trained Marcus in Australia and served with his ‘mate’ during two tours of Vietnam. Ferguson applied through all the appropriate Army channels to take Marcus home with him, even offering to pay all the quarantine costs.The curt refusal he received,no reasons given,caused Ferguson trauma that he still feels…

Thank you to all of the brave men, women and dogs who have risked their lives to protect our country.

Thank you to all of the brave men, women and dogs who have risked their lives to protect our country.

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