Sergeant Stubby — A dog who became a soldier and saved a U.S. troop.

[Photo: Public domain, National Museum of American History]

War hero

[Photo: Stubby: Terrier Hero of Georgetown, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons]
[Photo: Public domain, National Museum of American History]
[Photo: Nationaal Archief, No restrictions, via Wikimedia Commons]

He met three US presidents

[Photo: Public domain]
John Pershing awards Sergeant Stubby with a medal — [Photo: Unknown author, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons]

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