After serving 11 years in the United States Air Force, sniffing out bombs and protecting some of the nation’s most important people, Dini the military dog is finally retired. Though it was a bitter sweet reunion for his handler, Senior Airman Randle Williams, Dini’s retirement meant reuniting with an old friend that he was separated from. Except this time, they’re back together for good.
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