Worth A Thousand Words: Dog Day Afternoon

Wilbur, a U.S. Marine Corps military working dog assigned to a Marine special operations team, takes a break with his handler after successfully searching a build site for an Afghan local police checkpoint in Helmand province, Afghanistan, March 30, 2013. The ALP complemented counterinsurgency efforts by assisting and supporting rural areas with a limited Afghan national security forces presence. U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Pete Thibodeau

Wilbur, a U.S. Marine Corps military working dog assigned to a Marine special operations team, takes a break with his handler after successfully searching a build site for an Afghan local police checkpoint in Helmand province, Afghanistan, March 30, 2013. The ALP complemented counterinsurgency efforts by assisting and supporting rural areas with a limited Afghan national security forces presence. U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Pete Thibodeau

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  • Feecomax Indy

    When they get injured a helo comes in for a medevac and they’ll take the
    dogs back to base. When they’re K.I.A. They are still brought home and
    buried with the same honor and respect as a soldier, airman, sailor, or
    marine. I’ll take the word of a Navy SEAL over some bs article on the
    internet probably typed by some PETA hippy. 

    Train a Dog