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News that the Defeatocrats or the MSM*spit* don’t want to acknoweldge:

Freedom Journal 8/17/07


Freedom Watch Afghanistan  8/14/07 (yes, we still have troops in the ‘stan, though you’d might have missed this info if you rely on the media)

To see more videos like this, go to:3rdID8487

And for a look at our 4-legged warriors, go here.

ON THE JOB IN IRAQ – U.S. Army Spc. Christopher Sharp of the 67th Mine Dog Detachment, assigned to 3rd Battalion, 187th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division, and his Military Working Dog, Dino exit a room after searching for weapons during an air assualt mission into Al Mara, Iraq on April 23, 2006. The assualt was part of Operation Swift Sword, a mission to root out Anti-Iraqi Forces, weapons caches and possible training camps. Photo by U.S. Army Spc. Charles W. Gill More Photos.

 1st Cavalry Division, 7th Regiment, Hq. & Hq. Co., K- 9 Platoon First K-9 unit to see combat during the Korean War

You can also hear the song below at the link above.

The United States War Dogs Association

I just had to get the bad taste out of my mouth after researching the Defeatocrats…

U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Russell McLaughlin, a K-9 dog handler attached to the U.S. Army’s 25th Infantry Division, takes a moment to scratch the back of his military working dog after the completion of a raid in the village of Tall Qabb village, Kirkuk province, Iraq, Dec. 8, 2006. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Samuel Bendet) (Released) (Released to Public)

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August 19, 2007. afghanistan, Iraq, military, Videos, War.

3 Comments

  1. Claire replied:

    It is totally cool that you posted about K9 corp dogs. I am in the process of trying to find out the details of a family owned dog who was KIA in WWII. I have a few leads, so I am hopeful that one day I will have the details and know exactly what happened to him.

  2. Laura replied:

    Deb,
    Tried to send you an email with a link to cnn.com that had a great article about Army Vets and their four legged soldiers, but it came back. Sot thought I’d just let you know that is was a great article.
    Glad your move has been a success. Looking forward to seeing more pictures.
    Laura
    Army Mom

  3. yankeemom2 replied:

    Claire ~ I so hope you can find out the info on your family dog! Please let me know if you do.

    Laura ~ I’ll have to look for that article. Thanks!
    I’ll have more photos soon – mostly of the kitties at this point. We’re waiting for some furniture and the braided rugs to arrive since they had to be ordered. I can’t wait!!!

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