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This is footage a recorded while conducting a Live Fire and Maneuver on Range 401 at 29 Palms. As you can see, we now use Marine Corps issue rocks in lieu.

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Marine Special Operations to honor slain dog handler

Sonka, a native of Aurora, Colo., started in the Marines as military policeman where he spent his first enlistment stationed at Marine Corps base 29 Palms, Calif., as a dog handler. During his initial tenure in the service he deployed once to

'War Dogs' prepare to march with squad competition

rifleman with E Company, 2nd Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment, provides cover fire for his squad during an assault course as part of Exercise Chosin, a squad-level training evolution, at Range 410, Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine

Council debates dog park costs and benefits

Morongo Valley resident and dog trainer Tabatha Davies spoke of the benefits of a dog park which, she said, gives dog owners the chance to socialize their puppies, making them less likely to create noise complaints or become problem biters. She was

Marine Special Operations to honor slain dog handler - Washington Post

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On May 4 2013, Marine Raider Cpl. David Sonka and his “multi-purpose canine,” a Belgian Malinois named Flex, were killed in Farah province, Afghanistan. Sonka was a few months into his second enlistment when an Afghan soldier turned his weapon on Sonka and his dog in an insider attack. Another Marine was also killed — Staff Sgt. This coming Monday the Marine Corps will honor Sonka when Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command (MARSOC) posthumously dedicates its multi-purpose canine kennel in his name aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N. C. , according to a... 7 ceremony will also feature the unveiling of a full-size bronze statue of a multi-purpose canine, according to Marine spokesman Capt. In attendance will be Sonka’s family as well as the commanding general of Marine Special Operations Command, Maj. , started in the Marines as military policeman where he spent his first enlistment stationed at Marine Corps base 29 Palms, Calif. , as a dog handler. During his initial tenure in the service he deployed once to Afghanistan, according to a biography provided by the Marine Corps. In 2012, Sonka tried out for Marine special operations where he successfully completed the Marine Special Operations Training Course and two phases of the Multi-Purpose Canine Course. He then deployed shortly after to Farah Province as a Multi-Purpose Canine Handler attached to 2nd Marine Special Operations Battalion. To Marine Sgt. Marc Galvis, a Marine who attended military police school with Sonka at Fort Leonard Wood. , the future special operation Marine and multi-purpose canine handler always stood out to him as an overachiever. “We had to write an essay about why we wanted to be one and Sonka’s just blew the instructors away. Becoming a dog handler in the Marine Corps is extremely competitive Galvis explained, and where many struggled, Sonka excelled. Sonka was 23 when he was killed, and following his death his hometown named one their police department’s working dogs after Flex. Sonka is the recipient of the Purple Heart, the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement medal, the Good Conduct Medal and a Combat Action Ribbon. While many military units operate with working dogs, the Marine Special Operations multi-purpose canines are unique in the sense that they are able to perform a number of different tasks as opposed to just having one defined role such as bomb... A multi-purpose canine attached to a Marine Special Operations Team can not only detect buried explosives but is also capable of tracking and pursuing the enemy as well as providing additional protection to the team the dog is assigned to.... Flex isn’t the first multipurpose canine to die while operating with Marine special operation units. Multi-purpose canine Tosca along with his handler Sgt.

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Honor meets an officer and a lady
08/28/15, via newsmirror.net

Honor, who is a puppy in training to become a Guide Dog through Guide Dogs of ... a Marine who will soon be stationed at 29 Palms, come to stay and visit with Honor. McGraw is from Rockford, Illinois, and has worked very hard to become a Marine Corps ...

'War Dogs' prepare to march with squad competition
08/26/15, via marines.mil

The 2/7 Marines’ teamwork and perseverance were put to the test during Exercise Chosin, a squad-level training evolution, held aboard Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms, Calif., Aug. 24 through 28, 2015. “When we look at a ...

Lava Dogs’ bring the heat
08/15/15, via marines.mil

One hundred twenty-degrees of heat bore down on the ‘Lava Dogs’ as they coordinated ... exercise in the vicinity of the Blacktop Training Area at Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms, California, Aug. 15, 2015.