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Brady Rusk, 12, hugs Eli at a retirement and adoption ceremony at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas. The bomb-sniffing Labrador retriever was assigned to Brady’s older brother, Marine Pfc. Colton Rusk, 20, who was killed in action in Afghanistan by Taliban sniper fire Dec. 2010. The Department of Defense granted the Rusk’s permission to adopt Eli and allow him to join their family.  photo courtesy of: Tech. Sgt. Bennie J. Davis III, USAF

Photo Friday: “My brother’s keeper”

Brady Rusk, hugs Eli at a retirement and adoption ceremony at Lackland Air…

Sgt. Spano and Lobo, Da Nang, Vietnam, August 1968 - One of a series of official Marine Corps photographs of Sgt. Spano and his War Dog Lobo completing a parachute jump in Da Nang, Vietnam, August 1968. War dogs were not returned from Vietnam, but were killed when not useful. May God forgive us.

Spano and his War Dog Lobo completing a parachute jump in Da Nang, Vietnam, August From the Jonathan F.

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Devildogs: Dobes, Dobermans during World War II, in the Pacific Theater, rare photographs!

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The United States Post Office (USPO) was created in Philadelphia under Benjamin Franklin on Wednesday, July by decree of the Second Continental Congress. It became the Post Office Department (USPOD) in Until it was part of the Presidential cabinet.

Staff Sergeant Major Morgan and dog, 1915    ID Number: DA09725   Maker: Darge Photographic Company  Place made: Australia: Victoria, Melbourne, Broadmeadows

Melbourne, Studio portrait of a soldier believed to be Staff Sergeant Major Gabriel Albert Morgan and a four-legged companion.

Caption: "Out on patrol, USMC war dogs alert their handlers to the possible presence of Japanese forces in the nearby jungle. While many Marines were skeptical of the War Dog program at first, the dogs quickly proved their worth, and became an essential part of the jungle fighting on Bougainville."

Out on patrol, USMC war dogs alert their handlers to the possible presence of…

Doberman Watching over Sleeping American Marine - BE035531 - Rights Managed - Stock Photo - Corbis. "Butch," a Doberman pinscher war dog for the 5th Marine Division of the United States, stands guard as his partner, Pvt. Rez Hester of Liberty, North Carolina, grabs a little sleep in a foxhole on Iwo Jima.

Private First Class Rez P. Hester of the War Dog Platoon takes a nap while Butch, his war dog, stands guard.

War dogs practice amphibious landings from a Higgins boat at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, ca. 1943. (OFFICIAL USMC PHOTOGRAPH) ( Marine Corps Archives & Special Collections)

War Dogs training, Camp Lejeune, ca. 1943 War dogs practice amphibious landings from a Higgins boat at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. This was one phase of the War Dogs intensive training prior to their deployment in the South Pacific.

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