Pinterest でおしゃれアイデアをまとめましょう!

A dog handler serving in Afghanistan not only saved the life of a soldier who had been critically injured by an IED blast but then went on to trace and apprehend the bomb makers with the help of his canine comrade. Lance Corporal Lee Edwards, 27, and his dog Molly were just three metres away from the near fatal blast which threw both of them into the air.

Army dog and handler save life then bust deadly bomb makers

A dog handler serving in Afghanistan not only saved the life of a soldier who had been critically injured by an IED blast but then went on to trace and apprehend the bomb makers with the help of his canine comrade. Lance Corporal Lee Edwards, 27, and his dog Molly were just three metres away from the near fatal blast which threw both of them into the air.

When Lance Cpl. Jeremy Vanhoose served over in Afghanistan with his German Shepherd Imi, the pair detected bombs. Vanhoose joined the Marines shortly after high school, leaving behind his childhood sweetheart and fiance Kacy and his family. He trained and worked with canines used for detecting IED bombs while on patrol. Ultimately, Jeremy was paired with Military War Dog (MWD) Imi, and the pair was deployed to Afghanistan in May 2011. "The first week of...

When Lance Cpl. Jeremy Vanhoose served over in Afghanistan with his German Shepherd Imi, the pair detected bombs. Vanhoose joined the Marines shortly after high school, leaving behind his childhood sweetheart and fiance Kacy and his family. He trained and worked with canines used for detecting IED bombs while on patrol. Ultimately, Jeremy was paired with Military War Dog (MWD) Imi, and the pair was deployed to Afghanistan in May 2011. "The first week of...

Jack, hero dog with the British army in Afghanistan

Jack the springer spaniel, the bomb-sniffer dog who's saved his master's life... again and again

Lance Corporal Liam Tasker and Theo the dog who has been awarded a posthumous PDSA Dicken's award for bravery

Army dog given posthumous medal for Afghanistan work

Lance Corporal Liam Tasker and Theo the dog who has been awarded a posthumous PDSA Dicken's award for bravery

U.S. Marine Staff Sgt. Derick Clark, a kennel supervisor with 2nd Battalion, 9th Marine Regiment, comforts Yeager, a military working dog, as they wait for the beginning of a memorial service in honor of Lance Cpl. Abraham Tarwoe, Yeager's handler who was assigned to Weapons Company, 2nd Battalion, 9th Marines and was killed in action in Afghanistan. U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Alfred V. Lopez

U.S. Marine Staff Sgt. Derick Clark, a kennel supervisor with 2nd Battalion, 9th Marine Regiment, comforts Yeager, a military working dog, as they wait for the beginning of a memorial service in honor of Lance Cpl. Abraham Tarwoe, Yeager's handler who was assigned to Weapons Company, 2nd Battalion, 9th Marines and was killed in action in Afghanistan. U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Alfred V. Lopez

Moments after receiving the Bronze Star, SGT Nolan knelt down and pinned the medal on Specialized Search Dog (SSD) Honza. The yellow lab recently completed his first deployment to Afghanistan. While deployed, SSD Honza located 14 improvised Explosive Devices weighing more than 400lbs. Honza and SGT Nolan led over 250 combat patrols ensuring the safety of countless American and Coalition Troops following in his paw prints. He has saved the lives of countless service members.

Moments after receiving the Bronze Star, SGT Nolan knelt down and pinned the medal on Specialized Search Dog (SSD) Honza. The yellow lab recently completed his first deployment to Afghanistan. While deployed, SSD Honza located 14 improvised Explosive Devices weighing more than 400lbs. Honza and SGT Nolan led over 250 combat patrols ensuring the safety of countless American and Coalition Troops following in his paw prints. He has saved the lives of countless service members.

these dogs are each so focused on their handlers that they simply aren't bothered about the other dog, they're too busy waiting to work

these dogs are each so focused on their handlers that they simply aren't bothered about the other dog, they're too busy waiting to work

PTSD-Service Dogs Do Help!!! AMEN!! My Goldendoodle S.D, Jack, helps with MY Mental Health issues, including PTSD, Major Depressive Disorder, Social Anxiety, etc. Also my FMS, for balance and retrieving dropped items. I can't imagine him NOT being in my life!

PTSD-Service Dogs Do Help!!! AMEN!! My Goldendoodle S.D, Jack, helps with MY Mental Health issues, including PTSD, Major Depressive Disorder, Social Anxiety, etc. Also my FMS, for balance and retrieving dropped items. I can't imagine him NOT being in my life!

Pinterest
検索