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Thank you for your service soldier! What’s important to understand about the Warrior Dog Foundation is that it was founded first and foremost to be there for retired Military Working Dogs in any capacity ".Gracias! por su servicio soldado! Lo que es importante entender sobre la Fundación del Perro del Guerrero es que fue fundada antes que nada para estar allí como Perros de trabajo del militar retirado en cualquier capacidad."
I was the flight attendant on a memorial day flight. Speaking with the passenger in the front row, I learned that the dog pictured, was Corporal Kiddy. She had just earned her retirement after 12 years with the U.S. Marines. I made an announcement to congratulate her on her career. the cabin erupted into applause. upon hearing the sound the corporal jumped onto the nearest lap to graciously accept.
Longest serving military working dog retires. 1/31/2013 at the Mountain Home Air Force Base in Idaho a retirement ceremony is being held for the longest-serving military working dog in the Department of Defense. For twelve years Tanja, a Belgian Malinois has served as a detection and patrol dog and is now looking forward to retirement with her current handler.
AS OF TUESDAY , DEC 4, A BILL HAS BEEN PASSED BY THE US HOUSE AND SENATE THAT DECLARES OUR MILITARY WORKING DOGS OF ALL BREEDS WILL NO LONGER BE CLASSIFIED AS "MILITARY EQUIPMENT" TO BE LEFT BEHIND IN FOREIGN LANDS...BUT AS MILITARY VETERANS. THESE DOGS WILL BE RETURNING TO LACKLAND AFB , FOR THEIR SERVICES AS US HEROES. THEY WILL BE EVALUATED, AND RETRAINED AND RE-HOMED IF NEEDED.