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Date Posted: 11:26:09 05/26/04 WedPDT
Author: Greg Allen
Author Host/IP: 69.29.145.79
Subject: Re: FIRST FEMALE K-9 HANDLER
In reply to: JOSEPH A.CHUNDAK 's message, "FIRST FEMALE K-9 HANDLER" on 19:39:04 02/05/04 ThuPST

>Let me do some work with the pictures I have of her. I was stationed with her too.

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[> Re: FIRST FEMALE K-9 HANDLER -- Greg Allen, 07:17:43 05/27/04 ThuPDT (69.29.137.152)

Okay, Her last name was Dwire. Best I can make out from the name tag on her fatigues. I don't remember her first name. Hope this helps. If you were there and I was there we should know one another. I handled Shep. Big Red re-trained sentry dog. You?


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