Photograph by Fritz Hoffmann Sled dogs become passengers on a flight to Greenland's remote northern coast. Station Nord crew member Troels Guld positions himself in the middle of the pack—as alpha dog—to maintain order.
two years ago, the dogs were serving in the Army during the Iraq War. For several tours of duty, they sniffed out bombs and explosive materials to protect U.S. soldiers.Faithful Friends Animal Sanctuary in Salisbury. Faithful Friends looks to find handlers for retired bomb detection dogs
U.S. Army 1st Sgt. Chris Lalonde, center, holds his military working dog, Sgt. Maj. Fasco, and jumpmaster Kirby Rodriguez behind them, as they free fall through the air making history with the military’s first tandem airborne jump from an altitude of 12,500 feet on Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Sept. 18, 2009. Lalonde is assigned to Company D, 701st Military Police Battalion, and Rodriguez is assigned to the 342nd Training Squadron. U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Vince Vander Maarel