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Best of 2016 – A “best friend” retires on Fort Benning

(FORT BENNING, Ga.) Military working dog Staff Sgt. Zita retired from seven years of active duty service, Sept. 30, here, at the War Dog Memorial. Zita turned nine-years-old in August and has been on active duty since Sept, 2009. Zita will be adopted by kennel master Sgt. First Class James Allred. (Photos by: Patrick A. Albright)

FORT BENNING, Ga. — Zita has officially brought her last Soldier safely home, and after removing her working harness Sept. 30 on Fort Benning, she was retired after seven years of active duty service.

Zita is a nine-year-old Czechoslovakian Shepard Military Working Dog who has been with her handler Sgt. David Collett since July 2013. She is an attack dog with explosive detection specialty … (Cover photo by: Patrick A. Albright/MCoE PAO Photographer)

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