Sailors hope to bring Afghanistan puppies home, report says

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A SEAL team preparing to return from their latest deployment is hoping to bring back two honorary members, and they’re looking for donations to make that happen, according to Military Times.

Special Operator 2nd Class (SEAL) Sam Landoe and his team adopted two puppies, Logar and Falcor, during their time in Afghanistan. Now, he’s working with a rescue organization to raise $6,000 to pay for their transport to the states.

According to the report, Landoe teamed up with Guardians of Rescue to bring the pups home through their Mission No Buddy Left Behind program, which was featured on Anderson Cooper 360 last year.

“I can’t imagine what will become of these dogs that we love so much if we can’t bring them home,” Landoe said in a news release.

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