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Military Dog, Treated by Army Docs, Receives Top UK Honors for Performance Under Fire

A British military working dog who risked his life in Afghanistan to protect his unit -- and subsequently was helped by a team of U.S. Army veterinarians and Air Force surgeons -- has been awarded the "animal equivalent of the Victoria Cross" for his actions in combat. Kuno, a four-year-old Belgian malinois, was assigned to a unit of the United Kingdom's Special Boat Service in Afghanistan in 2019 when the group was tasked with a night raid on a suspected al-Qaida compound. After their helicopter landed, Kuno and more


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