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Torpedo Found By Navy Dolphins Was Shot From USS Iowa In 1899 (Video)

Aug. 19
By Beth Ford Roth
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Remember back in March when Navy dolphins discovered an extremely rare 19th century Howell Torpedo off the coast of San Diego? Well, the Navy has been working since then to identify which ship launched the torpedo, and they've solved the mystery

Today Marks 2nd Anniversary Of Deadly Chinook Crash That Killed 30 US Troops

Aug. 6
By Beth Ford Roth
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On August 6, 2011, Afghan insurgents shot down a CH-47 helicopter with 38 men and one military working dog on board. The crash killed everyone on the Chinook, including 30 U.S. service members (17 of whom were Navy SEALs) and eight Afghans.

War Horse 'Sgt. Reckless' Honored With Statue Today At Quanico (Video)

July 26
By Beth Ford Roth
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The war horse Sgt. Reckless, who spent her last days at Camp Pendleton, is being posthumously honored today in Washington D.C. for her contributions during the Korean War.

Camp Pendleton Sailor Reunites With Dog After Airline 'Loses' Pup (Video)

July 24
By Beth Ford Roth
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Camp Pendleton-based Navy Petty Officer Josh Bulla considers his dog Congo more than just a best friend. He says the pup is like a son to him. Bulla recently transferred from Guam to Camp Pendleton, but when he arrived at the San Diego Airport, he discovered the airline he'd flown had lost his dog.

Tips To Keep Skittish Pets Safe During Fireworks

July 4
By Dwane Brown
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July 4th is a festive day for people but fireworks can be terrifying for our pets. It's also a time when shelters see a big spike in the number of stray animals.

Video Of Camp Pendleton Corpsman Saving Baby Bunnies Goes Viral

June 19
By Beth Ford Roth
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An anonymous Camp Pendleton-based Navy Corpsman has taken the Internet by storm by posting video of the baby rabbits he rescued and nursed back to health in his barracks.

Sharks Attracting Attention In San Diego Waters

June 4
By Erik Anderson
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A large underwater predator has the attention of San Diego divers. There's been a spike in the number of sevengill shark sightings since January.

Honeybees: The New Secret Weapon In Detecting Land Mines? (Video)

May 21
By Beth Ford Roth
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It's better to bee safe than to bee sorry. That's the attitude of a group of Croatian researchers who are training honeybees to detect the thousands of buried land mines hidden all over the Balkan country.

Navy Dolphins Make Surprising Find Off Coronado Coast (Video)

May 20
By Beth Ford Roth
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Two Navy dolphins trained to search for underwater explosives made a surprising discovery off the coast of Coronado. Using their keen dolphin sonar, "Ten" and "Spetz" found an extremely rare 19th century Howell torpedo.

Dogs With PTSD Get Help From Military Veterinarian (Video)

May 10
By Beth Ford Roth
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Ever since canine post-traumatic stress disorder became an accepted diagnosis for military working dogs, veterinarians have been trying to figure out how to treat it.

Camp Pendleton Marine To Honor Fallen Military Dog 'Cpl. Tick'

May 9
By Beth Ford Roth
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A military working dog named Cpl. Tick was killed on May 14, 2012 in an improvised explosive device blast. Cpl Tick's handler, Lance Cpl. Bryan Utrilla, will honor her on the one-year anniversary of her death by placing her dog tags on the Camp Pendleton cross memorial.

Military Dog Dies Trying To Save 2 Marines Killed In Insider Attack

May 7
By Beth Ford Roth
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An Afghan soldier shot and killed two U.S. Marines and a military working dog on May 4 in Afghanistan. According to witness reports, the dog died trying to save his handler.

Disabled Dog Welcomes Home Airman From Deployment (Video)

April 24
By Beth Ford Roth
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Emma the pit bull mix is unable to use her back legs due to a disorder called hemivertebrae. But that didn't stop her from welcoming her Airman dad home from deployment with as much enthusiasm as an able-bodied pooch.

Bulldog Pup 'Chesty' Made Full Marine

April 9
By Beth Ford Roth
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An English Bulldog puppy named Pfc. Chesty XIV, the Marine Corps' mascot-in-training, was made a full Marine this week.

Cat Missing For 13 Years Returns To San Diego Family

April 5
By Dwane Brown
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This is the tale of two cities and the prodigal son who has been reunited with the family.