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U.S. Army says mishandled war dogs, will comply with call for reform
3/5/2018

​REUTERS --- The U.S. Army confirmed on Monday that it had mishandled retired bomb-sniffing war dogs and said it would comply with recommendations in a Defense Department Inspector General's report that called for reforms. In a report released on Friday, the Inspector General said that canine heroes, which saved the lives of U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan while working with brigade combat teams to sniff out roadside bombs, were mistreated by the Army after they returned to the United States.

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U.S. Army says mishandled war dogs, will comply with call for reform