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Navy with Yellow and White Stars

Stubby (thank you for your service)

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  • Sergeant Stubby was a dog and the unofficial mascot of the 1-102nd Infantry Regiment and was assigned to the 26th Division in World War I. He served for 18 months and participated in 17 battles on the Western Front. Wikipedia

    Awards: Humane Education Society Gold Medal; Wound stripe

    Battles/wars: World War I: 17 battles on the Western Front (WIA)

    Born: 1916

    Died: March 16, 1926 (aged 9–10)

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