Army veteran reconnects with bomb-sniffing dog

05/1/2014 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Army Sgt. Jason Bos recently adopted his former partner, a bomb-sniffing chocolate Labrador named Cici. The dog was trained to detect explosives off-leash, directed by shouted commands and hand signals from Bos, and the two had served in overseas and stateside locations for almost five years. Cici remained on active duty after Bos left the Army in 2012 as the result of a back injury, but two years later, when Cici retired, the two were reunited. "Her whole life has been about working. Now it's time for her to worry about just relaxing," Bos said.

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