Cloning Heroism

Remember this picture?  It’s one of the famous pictures taken of search and rescue teams at Ground Zero.  This is Trakr and his partner, Halifax Regional Police Officer James Symington.  They were one of the first K9 search and rescue teams to arrive at Ground Zero. Trakr found the last survivor buried beneath

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Bear. A Dog used for 9-11 Fraud and Deception

Captain Scott Shields and his eleven-year-old golden retriever, Bear, traveled to Ground Zero from Connecticut to help in the rescue efforts at the World Trade Center. Bear was the first canine inside to search the rubble. He worked eighteen-hour days, and he is credited with finding the most victims, including the beloved FDNY Chief

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For Gallantry, We Also Serve

Yes, they also serve. Animals have aided man in battle and disaster ever since ancient times.   Medals of Honor have been bestowed upon men and women for heroism and bravery for decades, but never to animals. Only the United Kingdom has a medal strictly for animals that have served above and beyond in war

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