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A military dog who lost a leg when sniffing out a roadside bomb has been awarded the animal equivalent of the Victoria Cross after serving in more than 400 missions in Iraq and Afghanistan. Lucca, a 12-year-old German shepherd, served in the US Marine Corps for six years, protecting the lives of troops by sniffing out munitions.

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from BarkPost

Airman 1st Class Jason Fischman, 83rd Expeditionary Rescue Squadron pararescueman, hoists an U.S. Army tactical explosive detection dogs into a HH-60G Pave Hawk helicopter during a joint rescue training scenario at Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan, June 21, 2013. This training was a first for both branches and prepared them for future rescue missions. Fischman is deployed from Royal Air Force Lakenheath, England. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Stephenie Wade)

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from Mail Online

Thank you for your service soldier! What’s important to understand about the Warrior Dog Foundation is that it was founded first and foremost to be there for retired Military Working Dogs in any capacity. David Utter: Dog Trainer-Service Dogs

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Yes, I do. A working dogs duty and decision. You best be cool ---fool. Law Enforcement Today www.lawenforcementtoday.com More

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The Belgian Malinois is preferred for the Navy SEAL teams as because they are more compact than German Shepherds and do better in tandem parachute jumping.

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Tech Sgt. Andrew Montgomery, an Air Force military working dog handler, comforts his dog Diesel inside an Army UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter operated by A Company, 3rd Battalion, 142nd Assault Helicopter Company, 42nd Combat Aviation Brigade, during a familiarization exercise for the dogs on Jan. 10, 2014, somewhere in southwest Asia. The working dogs can be transported by helicopter quickly and efficiently to wherever they're needed once they become comfortable with the aircraft.

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