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AMERICA'S WAR DOG REMEMBRANCE EVENT
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Time(s): 10 a.m.
Address: 22550 Van Buren Blvd., Riverside, CA 92518
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The March Field Air Museum will host its annual War Dog Remembrance Day that honors the many military canines and their handlers who have served their country. Ceremonies kick off at 10 a.m. at the West Coast War Dog Memorial (located in the Museum’s outdoor Heritage Courtyard), presented in partnership with The Dawgs Project. Then at noon, a K-9 team will demonstrate dog handling abilities and techniques. Parking and admission are free to the outdoor ceremonies and demonstrations, which will be held rain or shine. Military veterans, active duty service personnel, and the general public are invited to attend; no personal pets are allowed. The keynote speaker for the Remembrance Day ceremonies will be Lieutenant Colonel Kevin J. Prindiville, Commanding Officer, 1st Law Enforcement Battalion, 1st Marine Expeditionary Forces, Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton. Participating in the K-9 demonstrations will be active duty military canines and their handlers. All day long, current-duty service members and veterans will enjoy free museum admission.
Dedicated in February 2000 at the March Field Air Museum, the West Coast War Dog Memorial honors the military canine heroes and their handlers who have served in battle—and their sacrifices. War Dogs, also known as Military Working Dogs, have been used by the U.S. Military since World War I. During the Vietnam War, all four branches of the military employed nearly 5,000 canines and 10,000 handlers, making this the largest concentrated effort in using dogs and their handlers by the U.S. Military. War Dogs continue to serve today by sniffing out explosives, apprehending combatants in hiding, and performing many other roles while helping America’s troops to avoid unnecessary human casualties.
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