A friend posted this on his Facebook page, what a wonderful tribute.

Sculptures honor wounded military dogs and the servicemembers who worked with them

A traveling exhibit of sculptures depicting wounded military working dogs seeks to get people talking about the servicemembers who worked, and sometimes died, with the canines, while also honoring the dogs’ service.

“This exhibit shows the sacrifices dogs have made in battle, but it also shows the human sacrifice of their handlers,” Ohio-based sculptor James Mellick said in a phone interview last week.

The sculptures are scheduled to begin a two-month run from Nov. 8 to Jan. 21 at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force on Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio.