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A Soldier’s Dog And A Dog’s Soldier
One last dog photo before I go.
Friday Dog: Chesty XV, The Marine Corps Bulldog
In all our Friday dogs, I don't know if we ever saluted the Marine Corps mascot. This might be the last one, so here's to Chesty
Friday Dog: What Are These World War I Dogs Doing?
I don't know, and there's no caption information that I can find. Nor for this one: National Library of Scotland
Dyngo The War Dog Is Having Trouble, And We Could Use a Little Help
The morning after Thanksgiving, my dog, Dyngo, was having trouble walking. He’s a strong, happy dog, so with some coaxing,...
The Animals of War: The Military Rabbits Of World War I
I’ve never understood rabbits as pets, but clearly, some people enjoy them. But somehow I don’t think this chicken was...
How to Retire a Military Working Dog
At a ceremony at which Cherry is given a big old chew bone.
Friday Dog: In the Marines, Even Dogs Must Swim
Finally, a chance for the Labradors to outshine the German Shepherds.
Friday Dog: Just Another Day in Baghdad
For Andy the Airborne Dog, back in 2009. Look at his eyes. Is the war getting to him?
Friday Dog: Scrappy the Ace
Aboard the USS Yorktown during World War II.
Friday Dog: What The Heck Is Going On In This Photo?
Here's the full shot: Sergeant Kyle Cary, a 2nd Law Enforcement Battalion military working dog-handler, jumping off the high-dive with...
Friday Dog: War Dogs In The Phillipines During World War II
Is it just my eyes, or are those soldiers looking particularly skinny, especially the one on the left? Surprisingly little...
Friday Dog: Shouldn’t Dog Handlers Also Wear A ‘Do Not Pet’ Warning?
Only fair. Cool goggles, by the way.
Friday Dog: ‘If I Have to Do 10 Years Before Retiring, Shouldn’t Humans Have to Serve 70?’
That’s what Kimba is wondering.
Friday Dog: A Big Shoutout To These Coasties
Above, U.S Coast Guard personnel carry wet pups stranded by floodwaters to safety during Hurrican Florence.
Friday Dog: A Little Bulldog On The Old USS New York
He’s a toughie! View of the ship's mascot, a bulldog, aboard the USS New York (BB-34) in 1932.Naval History &...
Why Are So Many Dogs Named Cooper?
I mean, they don’t “coop” anything. This Cooper was in Iraq.
Friday Dog: Now Those Are What I Call Canines
A Marine Corps dog shows her teeth.
Friday Dog: Can You Give Me A Ride?
A lazy Navy working dog.