Army kicks out racist military working dog

FORT HOOD, Tex. — Military Working Dog N529, also known as “Dubi,” was separated from the Army Tuesday after a General Court Martial found the dog guilty of UCMJ General Article 134. Dubi, who was assigned to the 89th Military Police Brigade as a patrol dog and reportedly had a reputation for being racist, served years in his unit before any action was taken.

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