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Lucca, primo cane militare dei marines premiato con medaglia al merito

Lucca, primo cane militare dei marines premiato con medaglia al merito

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Pepper, a 9-year-old retired Military Working Dog, stands on alert with his owner, Tech. Sgt. Chris Smith at Travis Air Force Base, Calif. Pepper retired after a training injury resulted in a leg amputation. Smith was his handler at the time and adopted Pepper after the surgery. Smith is a kennel master assigned to the 60th Security Forces Squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Madelyn Brown) (Photo by Senior Airman Madelyn Brown)

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Pepper, a retired Military Working Dog, stands on alert with his owner, Tech. Chris Smith at Travis Air Force Base, Calif. Pepper retired after a training injury resulted in a leg amputation. Smith was his handler at the time and.

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Military Working Dog Fara, an 8 year-old German Shepherd, and her handler, Staff Sgt.

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THERAPY DOGS-- love I love it when pets are allowed to visit! Its amazing to see people light up when their pets visit

U.S. Marine Gunnery Sgt. Christopher Willingham with Lucca near the Natural Balance Pet Foods' 2013 Rose Parade entry, "Canines with Courage," a floral replica of the Military Working Dog Teams National Monument, in Irwindale, California, on December 27, 2012. Lucca, an 8-year old German Shepherd/ Malinois mix, was deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan. After losing a leg to a roadside bomb, Lucca is now retired and lives with her first handler, Sgt. Willingham.

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Carly M745, a security forces dog with the 332nd Expeditionary Security Forces Group, is sedated to have blood drawn July 3, 2010, during a canine blood drive at Joint Base Balad (JBB), Iraq. Military working dogs at JBB have their blood tested and typed to ensure they are ideal donors. (U.S. Air Force/Tech. Sgt. Caycee Cook)

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Carly a security forces with the Expeditionary Security Forces Group is sedated to have blood drawn during a canine blood drive at Joint Base Balad, Iraq.

If you’re not careful, anxiety can control your life. Using service dogs for anxiety can make a significant impact on your quality of life.

5 Reasons To Use Service Dogs For Anxiety - What Can't They Do?

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I took part in this Marine Corps hell. I was never ready to quit. That was never an option. Death would be an option before quiting. And, the pain never went away. I have no regrets. Semper Fi, my brothers and sisters.

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Art Take a closer look at the Marines who were awarded the highest military award for valor -- the Medal of Honor.

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