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With more veterans returning from Afghanistan and Iraq, the military is investing in new and intriguing resources for wounded warriors.
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Military working dogs are key to mission success in many fields. This is also why Dog Center Europe is vital to their well-being.
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Chief Personnel Specialist Kevin Sun, assigned to the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) reunites with his dog and other loved ones in Pearl Harbor after completing Pacific Partnership 2012. Mercy is in Pearl Harbor to drop …
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The loss of a service member is already tough enough, but when it comes to the one closest to you…Your friend.  Your partner.  The one you depend on.   That loss is unspeakable.  Memorial services were held to honor two fallen …
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Lance Cpls. Matthew Scofield (left), 19, from Syracuse, N.Y., and Jarrett Hatley, 21, from Millingport, N.C., a squad automatic weapon gunner and an improvised explosive device detection dog handler with 3rd Platoon, Lima Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, rest …
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