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July 25, 2014 5:43 PM

Rescued Afghanistan puppies reunited with Fort Bragg soldier

Two Afghan dogs - Rommel and Blitz - were reunited this week with their savior, a Fort Bragg U.S. Army Elite Special Forces soldier. The dogs, now about 8 months old, trotted around a suburban Fuquay-Varina backyard Wednesday sporting patriotic bandanas and experiencing green grass for the first time.

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