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Wounded Soldier And Military Dog Reunite After Receiving Purple Hearts

 The duo made it out of Afghanistan by working as a team, and now they’re together on a permanent basis.

Six months into his deployment to Afghanistan, Spc. Alec Alcoser grabbed his dog’s leash and left the barracks. It had been a mission day, and Alcoser and his partner, a German shepherd named Alex, were reporting to duty. They’d been working together for months and already had an in depth bond. They slept in the same bed, enjoyed their free time together, and always had backs. That day, their friendship withstood the final test.



Turning a corner, Alcoser and Alex saw an Afghan coming towards them. subsequent thing they knew, there was nothing but pain and confusion. Alcoser and Alex were hit by the suicide bomber’s blast at close range. The explosion initiated a firefight, and therefore the soldier and his dog were caught within the middle. Seriously injured, Alcoser could do nothing but await it to finish . Through it all, his dog never left his side.


The attack killed Afghan and Czech soldiers, and wounded both Alcoce and Alex. Alcoser had multiple broken bones, including his arms and legs, and was hit by shrapnel on 30 percent of his body. The doctor also reported that he had a slight brain injury. Recovering was his new priority, but there was somebody else he couldn’t stop brooding about.



During the explosion, Alex was injured alongside his partner and fellow soldier. The dog needed to possess his left rear leg amputated and was retired from service. While Alcoser was recovering at a veteran’s rehabilitation center, Alex was at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland learning how to walk with three legs. Partway through their recovery, Alex was finally reunited with Alcoser in the nation’s capitol. Both Alcoser and Alex received Purple Hearts for his or her heroism within the line of duty. They relished the time that they had together, but that point soon came to an end.




Their separation, however, was only temporary. The soldier and his dog recently had another heartfelt reunion at a rehabilitation center in Texas. When Alex was about to meet his allies, Alcoser wiped away the tears from his eyes.ally. Despite everything that happened overseas, the 2 Purple Heart recipients remained steadfast friends. Alcoser still has months of rehabilitation ahead of him, but doctors are confident he’ll make a full recovery. He’s already walking, and he’s looking forward to getting back to serving his country. Within the meantime, Alcoser is that specialize in recuperating for his wife and infant son. There’s also something else motivating him—he wants to form Alex a politician a part of his family. The duo made it out of Afghanistan by working as a team, and now they’re able to be together on a permanent basis.




iHeartDogs recently contacted Alec to determine if he is ready to make Alex a permanent member of his family. We’re happy to report that he was ready to give Alex a home with him! Both of them recovered well and lived happily together!

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