Dogs at War: Military Canine Heroes

Dogs at War Military Canine Heroes While in a war zone a military working dog MWD and its handler live together eat together play together sleep together and risk their lives for each other every day The dogs work with handlers in

  • Title: Dogs at War: Military Canine Heroes
  • Author: Connie Goldsmith
  • ISBN: 9781512410129
  • Page: 484
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Dogs at War: Military Canine Heroes

    While in a war zone, a military working dog MWD and its handler live together, eat together, play together, sleep together, and risk their lives for each other every day The dogs work with handlers in every branch of the US military They guard military bases, sniff out concealed explosives and other weapons, and alert their handlers to hidden enemies Learn how the milWhile in a war zone, a military working dog MWD and its handler live together, eat together, play together, sleep together, and risk their lives for each other every day The dogs work with handlers in every branch of the US military They guard military bases, sniff out concealed explosives and other weapons, and alert their handlers to hidden enemies Learn how the military selects these special dogs and trains them for the many tasks they perform while on duty Meet Rex, Clipper, Maci, Iva, Ikar, and other MWDs who have served the US military in conflicts around the world.

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    1. Lisa

      Military Working Dogs (MWD) have been used by America’s armed forces since just after WWI. In fact, civilians were asked to lend their dogs to the cause during WWII. Today, most MWDs are bred in Europe or at Lackland Air Force base in Texas, and trained all over the country to find the enemy, detect drugs and explosives, and warn of danger as guards and companions. These dogs are treated like soldiers, given military rank and respect, and are responsible for saving hundreds even thousands of l [...]

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