Τρίτη, 29 Οκτωβρίου 2019

ΘΗΛΥΚΟ ΒΕΛΓΙΚΟ MALINOIS Ο ΣΚΥΛΟΣ ΠΟΥ ΚΑΤΑΔΙΩΞΕ ΤΟΝ ΑΡΧΙΤΡΟΜΚΡΑΤΗ ΑΛ ΜΠΑΓΚΝΤΑΝΤΙ ΣΤΟ ΤΟΥΝΕΛ ΤΗΣ ΜΠΑΡΙΣΑ.

 

 ΘΗΛΥΚΟ ΒΕΛΓΙΚΟ MALINOIS Ο ΣΚΥΛΟΣ ΠΟΥ ΚΑΤΑΔΙΩΞΕ ΤΟΝ ΑΡΧΙΤΡΟΜΚΡΑΤΗ ΑΛ ΜΠΑΓΚΝΤΑΝΤΙ ΣΤΟ ΤΟΥΝΕΛ ΤΗΣ ΜΠΑΡΙΣΑ.

 

ΤΡΑΥΜΑΤΙΣΤΗΚΕ ΕΛΑΦΡΑ . 

 

ΤΟ ΟΝΟΜΑ ΤΟΥ-ΑΝ ΚΑΙ Ο ΤΡΑΜΠ ΔΕΝ ΤΟ ΑΠΟΚΑΛΥΨΕ ΕΙΝΑΙ "ΚΟΝΑΝ"Trump tweets photo of 'wonderful' dog that took part in Baghdadi raid

Belgian Malinois, whose name has not officially been released, was injured in the raid in Syria

The dog, which was wounded in the raid on the Syria compound of the Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
The dog, which was wounded in the raid on the Syria compound of the Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. Photograph: Reuters
Donald Trump has tweeted a photo of a dog that took part in the raid targeting the Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
The “wonderful” Belgian Malinois was injured when Baghdadi detonated a suicide vest on Saturday night inside his Syrian compound.
Trump said he had declassified the image of the dog, but not its name. However, a Newsweek report citing multiple sources said the dog was called Conan – after the comedian Conan O’Brien – and was female.
On Sunday, the US president had hailed the dog as a “good boy”, “beautiful” and “talented”, who had chased down Baghdadi moments before he detonated his vest. The dog sustained minor injuries and was being treated by vets.
Baghdadi, one of the world’s most wanted men, died during a US operation in the Syrian province of Idlib.
“We have declassified a picture of the wonderful dog (name not declassified) that did such a GREAT JOB,” Trump wrote on Monday.
At a press conference on Monday, Gen Mark Milley, the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, told reporters:
The defence secretary, Mark Esper, said the dog “performed a tremendous service, as they all do”.
The US military commonly uses Belgian Malinois dogs to guide and protect troops, search out enemy forces and look for explosives. The breed is prized for its intelligence and ability to be aggressive on command, said Ron Aiello, president of the United States War Dogs Association.
“That’s the kind of dog you want to lead a patrol like this,” said Aiello, a former Marine dog handler whose organisation helps active duty and retired military dogs. “They are the first line of defence. They go out front.”
Not releasing the name makes sense as a security precaution for the same reason you would not identify the troops who took part in the raid, he said. “There could be retaliation.”
A Belgian Malinois service dog named Cairo accompanied US Navy Seals in the 2011 raid that killed Osama bin Laden, the leader of al-Qaida, in Pakistan. President Barack Obama met the dog at a ceremony to honour the commandos.