Military Working Dogs Train to Sustain Mission Support

KEY WEST, Fla. – Service in the military often requires immeasurable sacrifice, which is unique to every member.One of the most important services provided in keeping people safe cannot be described or told by these members: military working dogs. Read more: Read More:

Monument to military dogs dedicated in San Antonio

Larry Chilcoat with his partner, Geisha, in Vietnam in 1969. Chilcoat, who lived in Victoria for 40 years before retiring from DuPont and moving to Rockport, worked to get a memorial built to military dogs. The monument was dedicated at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio on Monday.   Read More:

Military Working Dog Monument unveiled.

Military members unveil the U.S. Military Working Dog Teams’ National Monument Monday, at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland. JBSA-Lackland is home to the Department of Defense Military Working Dog Program and is where the U.S. Armed Forces has trained its military working dog teams since 1958. It is the world’s largest training center for military dogs…