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The American Humane Association takes to Capitol Hill to insure that military working dogs make it home safe.
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One U.S. Army Sgt. 1st Class stationed in Afghanistan isn’t your typical soldier, but she gets the job done by using her senses.
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Troops from several countries recently learned how to piece together clues at the scene of an improvised explosive device attack site.
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Marine Corps Sgt. Michael Pride, wounded during a tour in Afghanistan, continues to impact the service as coach to fellow Marines during the Marine Corps Trials.
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Marine Corps Staff Sgt. Timothy Brown doesn’t let adversity hold him back. He’s excelling as a wounded warrior athlete after a 2011 improvised explosive device blast left him a triple amputee.
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