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On Veterans Day, the Defense Department joins the nation in honoring the men and women who have given selflessly and sacrificed in service to the country.
Military and police dogs spend their lives sniffing out drugs, bombs, booby traps and bad guys. Since the U.S. first started training them in World War I, they’ve saved countless lives and helped in many large-scale missions – even in the raid that killed Osama bin Laden. So to honor them this Veterans Day, we highlight the work one human veteran is doing to give these animals the help they need when their service is over. Story
"On Veterans Day, we pause to recognize every service member past and
present. To all our veterans and your families, I want to thank you for your
Vietnam Veteran Reflects on Her Service
Flags Across America at Arlington National Cemetery