Reports: Military service dogs left behind in Kabul

German Soldiers arrive with dogs on a plane from Tashkent, Uzbekistan at the Bundeswehr airbase in Wunstorf, Germany, Friday, Aug. 27, 2021, after they finished the evacuation mission in Kabul, Afghanistan. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner) OAN Newsroom UPDATED 8:13 AM PT – Tuesday, August 31, 2021 Dozens of American military working dogs were left behind in Afghanistan. According to reports on Monday, 46 dogs were left at the Kabul airport after the U.S. finished its withdrawal from the region. Former U.S. Navy SEAL and former FBI agent John T. Gilliam said that the order to leave the working dogs behind came directly from the Pentagon. He asked, “who are the contractors and who are the people in the chain of command that did this? How much more does America need to trim this tree?” https://t.co/a2dL6UPxEC — Jonathan T Gilliam (@JGilliam_SEAL) August 31, 2021 Efforts to save the dogs are being made by the group Veteran Sheepdogs of America who called the whole situation a mess. They have raised over $1.5 million so far to secure a flight out for the service members. UPDATE!!!! Our efforts of rescuing has expanded to 46 military working & now we are coordinating with our contacts & flights to get the dogs and rescue people out of Kabul on same plane. Thank you for all your help! This is a mess! #Afghanistan https://t.co/3vaYMaMAyd pic.twitter.com/OAtPXANxb6 — Veteran Sheepdogs of America (@VetSheepdogsUS) August 29, 2021 MORE NEWS: DOD Investigating Report Of U.S. Airstrike Killing Afghan Civilians

Reports: Military service dogs left behind in Kabul
German Soldiers arrive with dogs on a plane from Tashkent, Uzbekistan at the Bundeswehr airbase in Wunstorf, Germany, Friday, Aug. 27, 2021, after they finished the evacuation mission in Kabul, Afghanistan. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner) OAN Newsroom UPDATED 8:13 AM PT – Tuesday, August 31, 2021 Dozens of American military working dogs were left behind in Afghanistan. According to reports on Monday, 46 dogs were left at the Kabul airport after the U.S. finished its withdrawal from the region. Former U.S. Navy SEAL and former FBI agent John T. Gilliam said that the order to leave the working dogs behind came directly from the Pentagon. He asked, “who are the contractors and who are the people in the chain of command that did this? How much more does America need to trim this tree?” https://t.co/a2dL6UPxEC — Jonathan T Gilliam (@JGilliam_SEAL) August 31, 2021 Efforts to save the dogs are being made by the group Veteran Sheepdogs of America who called the whole situation a mess. They have raised over $1.5 million so far to secure a flight out for the service members. UPDATE!!!! Our efforts of rescuing has expanded to 46 military working & now we are coordinating with our contacts & flights to get the dogs and rescue people out of Kabul on same plane. Thank you for all your help! This is a mess! #Afghanistan https://t.co/3vaYMaMAyd pic.twitter.com/OAtPXANxb6 — Veteran Sheepdogs of America (@VetSheepdogsUS) August 29, 2021 MORE NEWS: DOD Investigating Report Of U.S. Airstrike Killing Afghan Civilians