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HEROIS VETERANOS





 Eles buscam, salvam, denunciam, defendem, lutam, avisam, protegem, confortam, acompanham





Eles são feridos, mortos, têm medo, sofrem,
 têm fome, têm sede, estafam-se





 Eles são vivos, inteligentes, sensíveis, amigos, leais, protectores, soldados, parceiros





Eles não são coisas

«AS OF TUESDAY , DEC 4, A BILL HAS BEEN PASSED BY THE US HOUSE AND SENATE THAT DECLARES THAT:
OUR MILITARY WORKING DOGS OF ALL BREEDS WILL NO LONGER BE CLASSIFIED AS "MILITARY EQUIPMENT" TO BE LEFT BEHIND IN FOREIGN LANDS...BUT AS MILITARY VETERANS. 
THESE DOGS NOW WILL BE RETURNING TO LACKLAND AFB , FOR THEIR SERVICES AS US HEROES. THEY WILL BE EVALUATED, AND RETRAINED AND RE-HOMED IF NEEDED.»


 «The ASPCA® (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals®) today applauds the U.S. Congress for passing legislation to protect military dogs. Included as an amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2013, the measure provides significant steps for the protection of retired military dogs by streamlining the adoption process and authorizing a system of veterinary care for the retired animals at no expense to taxpayers. The Defense Authorization bill now moves to President Barack Obama for his signature.

 “Military dogs are true heroes—they play a critical role in our nation’s defense,” said Nancy Perry, senior vice president of ASPCA Government Relations. “These amazing dogs have been loyal to us in extreme circumstances and deserve to be properly cared for and adopted into good homes after such unwavering service to their country.

 Military dogs successfully perform many important and dangerous duties that can be difficult, if not impossible, for humans. After years of service, military dogs deserve a safe retirement option and may require expensive veterinary care to treat health issues related to their dedicated service. Establishing a long-term, reliable source of support for that care will ensure that our nation’s commitment to the dogs’ well-being extends beyond their period of military service. The bill also streamlines the adoption process by standardizing the transfer of retired military dogs from foreign soil back to the United States, where they can be permanently placed into loving homes.»
 MILITARY PRESS on December 21, 2012

Michael De Tomasso One of these hero's saved my life in Viet-Nam. My platoon was just about to trip a wire that would of blown most of us away. He found it. Froze at attention with his nose about 3 inches from the wire. Because of these wonderful "HERO'S" i would not be here today writing this to you!!!! God Bless Them!!!

Matt Peacock they already weren't left behind. This change is just an official classification. No marine would leave his dog behind.
Justin Dixon 5 years in the army and I have never seen a military working dog left behind..... They are usually adopted by their handlers. If you are a handler the dog outranks you so if you mistreat it you will be charged via UCMJ as if you harmed a superior officer or NCO. 
Lynn Dolinac They're the first to lead,to protect our men,they live with them,they will die for US,they deserve the BEST LIFE after there tour of DUTY!! AMEN.....!!

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