Remembering the Vietnam War’s Combat Dogs

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The iconic U2 Dragon lady reconnaissance plane taking off on a mission from Fairford, United kingdom. The footage shows the use of the chase car doing its duties on the runway. In addition to this we had two B2 Spirit stealth bombers, Spirit of New York and Spirit of Ohio take off from the same base. After a few hours both returned so I bagged my place under their flight line as they came in to land.

They were young, half a world away from home, and at war. Vietnam veterans from the northland share their personal stories, in their own words. During the Vietnam War, the United States sent thousands of dogs into combat, but only a fraction of them returned home. Now, these dogs, along with thousands of other military working dogs,.

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