New National Museum of the United States Army exhibit spotlights the service and sacrifice of military working dogs

The National Museum of the U.S. Army has announced the opening of a new exhibit in the museum called “Loyal Service – Working Dogs at War.” Located in the second floor Special Exhibition Gallery, “Loyal Service” features 16 wooden sculptures created by well-known artist James Mellick. The exhibit will be open to the public through January 8, 2024.

Mellick’s wood sculptures bring to life a part of military service that is not often highlighted noted NMUSA chief curator Paul Morando. “We talk about Soldier stories and service animals in our galleries, but it is limited to photos and some text. […]

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