The SITREP: Man’s Best Friend Serves, Men’s Health Tips & More

Senior Airman Kaleb Sermeno, 60th Security Forces Squadron, Travis Air Force Base, Calif., carries his military working dog Ben, through a training area near Fort Bliss, Texas, simulating what he must do if his dog is injured on deployment, Nov. 10, 2016. (U.S. Army photo by Frederick Connelly)

From the military services and around the DoD, here’s your SITREP for Tuesday, June 13, 2017.

    • About 90 percent of military working dogs are adopted by their former handlers when they retire. The Army has more on the treasured connection between service members and working dogs.
    • USS Gabrielle Giffords (LCS 10), the Navy’s newest littoral combat ship, was brought to life by her crew before a crowd of nearly 2,500 guests at Pier 21 at the Port of Galveston, June 10.
    • This Men’s Health Month, the Military Health System reminds men to take charge of their personal health by getting health screenings, eating healthy, being physically active, maintaining a healthy weight, managing stress and being tobacco free.

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  • Andrey Min’kov

    There is a sad fact. That human life is worthless.