On Patrol with a Sentry Dog Handler: Stories from Vietnam
Join Army veteran and Museum volunteer, Robert Dunn, as he recounts his experiences as a military dog handler during the Vietnam War. Duke, a 4-year-old German Shepherd, was one of the first dogs to arrive in South Vietnam. Paired with Dunn in 1967, Duke and Dunn performed a variety of missions together throughout their one-year tour of duty.
This Gallery Talk is a companion program to the traveling exhibit LOYAL SERVICE: Working Dogs at War on display in the Special Exhibition Gallery. The exhibit and related public programs are included in your FREE Museum admission ticket.
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