Author Interview: Lisa Rogak, “Dogs of War”

Cairo

The mission to capture Osama Bin Laden didn’t just include a few dozen Navy Seals. A dog named Cairo played an integral part. Military dogs are often equipped with an ear bud and camera in order to be the first to enter a room and help soldiers survey the scene. Guest host Allison Keyes speaks with Lisa Rogak, author of Dogs of War. To listen to the segment, click on the link below:

Cairo

http://www.npr.org/v2/?i=144132079&m=144132072&t=audio

HOST: Allison Keyes for Michelle Martin / Program: Tell Me More / SEGMENT TITLE: Combat Canines Take on Tough Missions / BROADCAST DATE: 12/22/2011 / SEGMENT LENGTH: 8:04

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Ever-evolving spirit moving about via body. I'm a writer and a an ever-evolving spirit in service of animals through my blog and Buddhist and Reiki practices. My blogs: AllCreaturesLargeAndSmall.wordpress.com. and AmirhBahati.wordpress.com. For more about me: http://amirhbahati.wordpress.com/about/
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