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December 13, 2007

Military K-9 Musters Out Early in a Rare Move By the Marines

This is such a lovely story - sad too, of course. The family of a young soldier killed in Iraq spent nine months trying to get the Marines to let them have the dog who was with him - and wounded alongside him - when he died. They were partners, and the grieving family knew their son would have wanted his dog taken care of. Click here to read it.

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