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The Medal will be awarded to Military Working Dogs who have 30 days service continuous or aggregated on a declared operation.
Phase one of the project will focus on identifying Military Working Dogs with service on operations from East Timor to current day. Phase two will focus on Defence conducting research to identify Military Working Dogs with service from Vietnam onwards.
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The medal is made from nickel-silver and has been designed to reflect the Australian Defence Force Military Working Dog capability. Quake died on operations in Afghanistan on 25 June The reverse back features the Australian Defence Force logo. The ribbon colours represent Purple — animals, Green — land, Yellow — loyalty; and Blue — sea and sky.
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A further award of the Canine Operational Service Medal in another area is recognised by the issue of an additional clasp. Additional clasps are worn above previously awarded clasps, in order of date of receipt. As this is an internal award, award lists will be generated through relevant units and applications will not be accepted from the general public.
March 13, was the birthday of the U. K9 Corps, and here are five dogs who also bravely served their country.
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Their acts of heroism should not be forgotten. The dog returned to his home in Pleasantville, N.
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Alfredo Salazar. Kaiser and Salazar did more than 30 combat patrols and participated in 12 major operations together.
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Kaiser was the first war dog killed in action during the Vietnam War. The two came under enemy fire: and the German Shepherd took a round to his eye, and Throneburg was shot in the shoulder after killing two Viet Cong guerillas. Undaunted, Nemo still attacked the enemy, which gave Throneburg the precious minutes he needed to call in reinforcements. Nemo was later given a permanent retirement kennel; he died when he was 11 years old in December