The Dogs
 of Tuy Hoa AB
Name Brand Remarks
Baron Unk. #  
Bruno 513F  
Caesar 626F  
Caesar Unk. #  
Chief Unk. #  
Dorf Unk. #  
Duchess 0A85  
Duke 2A10 Also at Phu Cat AB, RVN
Duke 330XA  
Duke 644E  
Duke Unk. #  
Falla Unk. #  
Faust A667  
Foxy 956F  
Fritz 2A81 Also Tan Son Nhut AB, RVN
Hans 4A92  
Ike Unk. #  
Kim 360F Also at Cam Ranh Bay, Tan Son Nhut AB, & Phan Rang AB
King 1A03 Also at Bien Hoa Air Base, RVN
King 326F Also at Tan Son Nhut AB Air Base, RVN
King Unk. #  
King X363  
Lobo 25A7  
Prince Unk. #  
Ranger A058 At Phan Rang AB, RVN
Ranger Unk. #  
Rascal 711X  
Rebel 801X Also At Binh Thuy AB, RVN
Rebel Unk. #  
Rex 322E  
Rusty 331F  
Sargent Unk. #  
Sargent  Unk. #  
Shadow Unk #  
Shep 7F79 Also at Phan Rang AB, RVN
Sheppy 9F79  
Winston A170 Also At Phan Rang AB, RVN
Wolf Unk. #  

At the end of the American cavalry era, the Army disposed of its horses by machine gunning them to death. In our war, the dogs were treated the same way. Only it was done in a more “humane” manner. Some excess dogs were reassigned to other bases in the Pacific but most were killed. The US Military has pledged never to dispose of military working dogs in such a  manner again. A change in the law now allows  military dogs to be retired after their service is completed.             

Please read  Death of a Warrior .

Tuy Hoa Air Base    The Dogs     The Handlers 

 The Kennels     Photos # 1  

   Photos # 2    Photos # 3

 

 

                      

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