A former IED Detection dog recognized his former Marine Corps handler by scent, despite being partially blind and having been apart from him for more than six years. David Herrera, 29, of Oceanside, Calif., shared the touching video of the first time he saw Kash since their deployment in Afghanistan.
Veteran Marine handler reunites with blind IED detection dog
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