MWD Edo

Military

MWD(R) Edo served in the Army from 2011-2020 as an Patrol Explosive Detection Dog. He deployed with his first handler to Kosovo in 2013. During the deployment Edo conducted over 100 missions ensuring the safety of Multinational Forces. Upon his return from Kosovo, Edo was moved from Italy to Germany where he continued his explosive […]

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RMWD Iiken M090

Military

Iiken M090 is a retired Military Working Dog and was trained as a Specialized Search Dog (explosives) assigned to the Army. In May 2009, he competed in an MWD competition in Missouri where he placed 2nd in Detection and Explosives. Iiken was then deployed to Afghanistan with an Army Special Forces Unit in August 2009 […]

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Summer

Military

My retired canine partner’s name is Staff Sergeant Summer, a 10-year old female Labrador. Summer retired from the Marines Corps in 2013 as a Military Working Dog and proud War Dog. She most recently retired as a Police Explosive Detection Dog where she served proudly for 7 years. While deployed she conducted a substantial number […]

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Blue ll P491

Military

Blue served our country valiantly from 2011 to 2018. I served as her first handler on my second deployment to Afghanistan, which was her first deployment as an IDD MWD. While deployed Blue and I went on over 300 combat missions. She found many IED’s saving me along with many Marines and Sailors during our […]

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Yeager

Military

Sergeant Yeager honorably performed combat tours in Iraq and Afghanistan as an Improvised Explosive Detection Dog with the USMC. Yeager has been credited with detecting the locations of dozens of explosive devices. During his three combat tours, Yeager participated in over 100 patrols, and was tasked with clearing routes for his fellow Marines. On April […]

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Sgt. Fieldy

Military

Sgt. Fieldy is an 11yr old black lab with a heart and energy of a 3yr old that served in the U.S. Marine Corps and retired in August 2014. I his handler CPL Nicolas, met him in South Carolina and was part of a group of specialized units formed to combat the number one threat […]

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Adak

Military

Adak is a 13 year German Shepherd. His longevity and accomplishments as an explosive detection dog are unmatched. During his career he has provided support to dignitaries, celebrities and events across more than 10 states and three countries. He was a Contract Working Dog (CWD) for the US State Department (DoS) in Iraq and Afghanistan, […]

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Layka

Military

May 2012. Our team was assaulting an enemy compound in an Afghan village. We received direct rifle fire from the compound. Apache’s with hellfires were brought in to help. Layka was sent in to search for injured or live combatants and explosives. Once inside she engaged an enemy combatant while taking 4 direct AK rounds […]

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Rambo

Military

Sgt. Rambo served in the Marine Corps from January 6, 2011 to April 11, 2012 as an explosive detection MWD based out of MCCS Cherry Point, N.C. While on active duty, Rambo conducted 994 hours of training, and 622 missions on base and in his local community. Rambo was medically retired due to a left […]

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Chaney

Military

Chaney is an eight-year-old lab who retired from the Marines in 2013 after multiple tours in Iraq and Afghanistan as an IED detection dog. While deployed, Chaney not only saved countless lives by locating IEDs out in front he also served as a great morale booster for everyone in his squad. Since retiring, Sgt. Chaney […]

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CWD Carlos EDD

Military

Explosive Detection Dog CWD Carlos retired in 2011 at the age of eight, after protecting U.S. and ISAF forces in continuous deployment for nearly five years. CWD Carlos, who worked with the U.S. Army’s 3rd & 4th Infantry Divisions in Baghdad for two and a half years, was then transferred to Kandahar in 2009 to […]

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Gabe

Military

Gabe began his service to the United States of America as a Military Working Dog in 2006 and as such has had an impact not only on the life of Charles Shuck, his handler, but indeed American soldiers around the world. Gabe has been stationed from Fort Lewis, Washington, to Fort Bliss, Texas, to Fort […]

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