January 02 2015
The Marine Corps is considering more sea duty for its working dogs, reports the Marine Corps Times.
Three trained dogs recently returned from a nine-month deployment at sea with the 22nd Marine Expeditionary Unit.
The animals -- a tracking dog, bomb dog and an attack dog -- provided the Marines additional capabilities when they made landfall, Col. William Dunn, the 22nd MEU chief, told a briefing last month at the Potomac Institute near Washington, D.C. He termed the dogs a...
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