Animals During The First World War, A Sergeant of a Royal Engineers signals section puts a message into the cylinder attached to the collar of a messenger dog, Etaples, 28 August 1918.
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This photograph taken August 15, 2011 shows US Army Specialist Justin Coletti of US Forces Afghanistan K-9 combat tracker team resting with Dasty, a Belgian Malinois at an airfield of Forward Operating Base Pasab following a five-hour...More
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Marine Cpl. Jonathan Eckert of Oak Lawn, Illinois, attached to India Battery, 3rd Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment sits with his improvised explosive device (IED) sniffing dog Bee as he tries to cope with the death of a fellow Marine...More
A trained 'war dog,' wearing a radiation suit, jumps through a hole in the wall at this dog training school near Moscow 24 June 1993. The dog, which carries a radio in its mask, can be given orders by its trainer for use in battle...More
Animals In War, A sergeant of the Royal Army Veterinary Corps bandages the wounded ear of 'Jasper', a mine-detecting dog, Bayeux, France, 5 July 1944.
A group of US Army soldiers, rifles in hand, wear gas masks during a training exercise related to chemical attacks, California, 1943. Along with the soldiers, a dog with a first aid pack strapped to it wears a special muzzle filter to...More
Animals, War and Conflict, World War II, pic: July 1942, 'Mark' the dog ammunition carrier at work with a section of British troops in the Eastern Command area, The dog was given to the B,E,F, by the 1st French Army and saw active...More
German soldiers and scouting dogs training during a gas drill in the Second World War, circa 1939-1945.
Two Airedale terriers at Lt. Colonel E. H. Richardson's canine training camp in Woking, Surrey, during World War II, 16th October 1939. One dog wears a special gas mask and the other carries rations for a wounded soldier.
A bulldog stands guard outside a block of flats in South London.