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Swedish Air Force Ranger with his MWD during Angel Thunder 2011 at Hannagan Meadow, Arizona.

U.S. Army Spc. Ian Lynch kneels with his Military Working Dog, Pista, a 4-year-old Belgian Malinois, at Forward Operating Base Joyce, Afghanistan. Lynch is a tactical explosive detector dog handler with Company B, 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division.

Why we serve: US Army Spc. Ian Lynch stands next to his co-worker Pista at Forward Operating Base Joyce Afghanistan.Lynch is a Tactical Explosive Dog Handler with Company B, Battaion, Infantry Regiment, Brigade Combat Team, Infantry Division.

MWD - AARON - in Afghanistan

US Air Force Staff Sgt. Larry Harris, a Military Working Dog handler, with MWD Aaron prior to training at Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan, July Bonita Lyon via Barb Allen onto God Bless America

Don’t Abandon Our Dogs of War | National Review Online | Marine Sergeant Major Lisa K. Nilsson, Second Marine Aircraft Wing, pets a military working dog at Patrol Base Boldak in Helmand Province, March 2013. (Photo: Marine Corporal Ashley E. Santy)

Don’t Abandon Our Dogs of War

Lisa K. Nilsson pets a military working dog at Patrol Base Boldak, Helmand Province, Afghanistan. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Used with permission.

Did you know military dogs can receive care packages? Here's how to send a fun care package to canine soldiers (and human soldiers too).

Great Ideas For U.S. Soldiers Care Packages

War Dog...look at the intense expression  on his face. Wow. Great photo.

gov News Photo - Ali a U. Air Force military working dog runs to the next obstacle on a training course at Asad Air Base Iraq on July 25 The obstacle

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