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military-animals- Australian blue heeler as a war-time messenger.these dogs are brilliant with endurance like I've never seen.

World War II - the dogs of war.

The dogs of war (World War II) - vintage GSD German Shepherd Dogs soldiers

The Most Powerful Images Of World War I  A smiling soldier sitting in the mud near the western front, eating a spoonful of hot food. This would appear to be one of a series of official photographs showing the soldiers’ rations, possibly intended to reassure their families at home

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A smiling soldier sitting in the mud near the western front, eating a spoonful of hot food. This would appear to be one of a series of official photographs showing the soldiers’ rations, possibly intended to reassure their families at home

Heavy losses: The attacking troops encountered violent resistance. Here bears an Australian soldier wounded in a security.

The irrepressible Australians at Anzac An Australian bringing in a wounded comrade to hospital Dardanelles Campaign ca 1915

Iraq Hero Adopts Her Military Working Dog After 4-year Battle. dogdays.grouchypuppy.com

Iraq Hero Adopts Her Military Working Dog after Battle.

En La Primera Guerra Mundial a los perros de La Cruz Roja se les llamaba "Ambulancia". Eran entrenados para encontrar víctimas vivas en el campo de batalla y todo lo que le ordenara su acompañante humano, como llevar ayuda a los heridos. Esta foto está hecha en 1915.

Malinois (Belgian Shepherd Dog) Trained for Work as a French Red Cross Dog Photographic Print

Respect_Patriotic_DOGS_Awe...amazing.

Military Dogs: Dogs are loyal, trustworthy, & man's best friend. Pictures of loyal dogs & Military dogs. The story behind Military dogs in Afghanistan.

Staff Sergent Major Morgan and his dog (who is apparently also in the army), 1915

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

Iwo Jima: War Dogs Can "Take It." "King" wasn't mentioned in casualty lists from Iwo Jima. But if a dog deserves honorable mention, it is "King". A German Shepherd, this heroic war dog suffered eight shrapnel wounds in the heavy fighting here. Bandaged at a first aid station, "King" continued to do his duty. He is shown with Marine Private Steven Hruby.

War Dogs Can 'Take It' 'King' wasn't mentioned in casualty lists from Iwo Jima But if a dog deserves honorable mention it is 'King' A German Shepherd.

Cowboy sitting on a horse holding his Blue heeler dog

Cowboy sitting on a horse holding his Blue heeler dog (Australian Cattledog), close-up, autumn Stock Photo : Superstock

NCOs 7th Dragoon Guards (Princess Royal's) Shortly After the 2nd Boer War | by sunnybrook100

Scots Guards, Boer War and a terrier.

India - 1890

India - 1890

History in Photos: World War I. Italian front. Medical dogs in the trenches of Carso.

Arrival of British reinforcements. The division halts in a village. In Marseille. Russian soldiers recover their .

Hero: Judy with her protector Frank Williams, wearing the animal version of the VC round her neck

Judy the dog of war whose sixth sense saved hundreds of British lives

An English Pointer Named Judy Rescued British POWs from a Sinking Ship, Fought a Crocodile & Earned Three Medals

Mascot of the Royal Scots    A young soldier of the Royal Scots Regiment holding a black goat kid. As the French farmers were forced to flee their homes many animals were inevitably abandoned. Some undoubtedly ended up in the cooking pot, but others like this kid seem to have been adopted as good luck mascots.

A soldier of the Royal Scots Regiment holding a black goat kid.The Most Powerful Images Of World War I

One of several messenger dogs used by the British Army in Flanders seen here on route with urgent messages from the front. 5th July 1916

One of several messenger dogs Airedale Terrier) used by the British Army in Flanders seen here on route with urgent messages from the front.

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