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Help Build a National Monument to US Military Working Dog Teams

Military Working Dogs and their Handlers have served in all branches of the United States Armed Services since World War II. By US law (Public Law 110-181, Section 2877), there is a move to create a National Monument to these teams of men and dog. The tentative location is Lackland AFB TX home of the DOD MWD Training Center.

Our favorite way to support a great cause is when you get something for your efforts that can be used or worn. Generally, others see it and want to help as well. I mean sure, it feels good to help out with something of this magnitude but Garrett Container Systems has sweetened the pot with their Benchmade 375 Adamas knife promotion.

The knife is engraved with the Monument logo as well as Garrett’s Top Dawg logo. When you purchase this knife, GCS will donate a portion of the proceeds to the Military Working Dog Teams National Monument. But this gets even better because Benchmade will donate a portion of funds from Adamas sales to the Ranger Assistance Foundation.

To get your knife visit www.gcswarrior.com

Regardless of whether you purchase a knife, your tax free donation will help build a National Monument that will forever honor service and sacrifice of our K9 teams to save American lives.

For more information on the National Monument to US Military Working Dog Teams visit www.jbmf.us.

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2 Responses to “Help Build a National Monument to US Military Working Dog Teams”

  1. Ted S says:

    Do you know what the donation to these fine organizations is? I think it’s a great idea, and I need a new knife anyway, but I hate it when “a portion of the proceeds” is $1 on a $120 item.

  2. Alan Craig says:

    I thought there was a Dog Team/Scout dog Plt monument going up at Ft Benning,GA…did it get cancelled or what??

    When I and a now ex GF were there in 2006 or 2007, there was something there in the Infantry museum about that,and,IIRC, was also something in the quarterly pub there as well. I could be mistaken, but we had been waiting and waiting to hear of it being finished, and just assumed it was already approved and in the works.