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008    200420s2020    nyuaf         000 0ceng   
010      2019031697 
020    9781250176950|q(hardcover) 
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092    958.10474|bCAI 
100 1  Chesney, Will,|d1984-|eauthor. 
245 10 No ordinary dog :|bmy partner from the SEAL Teams to the 
       Bin Laden raid /|cWill Chesney, with Joe Layden. 
246 30 My partner from the SEAL Teams to the Bin Laden raid 
250    First edition. 
264  1 New York :|bSt. Martin's Press,|c2020. 
300    xvii, 310 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates :|bcolor 
       illustrations ;|c25 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
520    "The powerful true story of a SEAL Team Six member and 
       military dog handler, and the dog that saved his life. Two
       dozen Navy SEALs descended on Osama bin Laden's compound 
       in May 2011. After the mission, only one name was made 
       public: Cairo, a Belgian Malinois and military working 
       dog. This is Cairo's story, and that of his handler, Will 
       Chesney, a member of SEAL Team Six whose life would be 
       irrevocably tied to Cairo's. Starting in 2008, when Will 
       was introduced to the DEVGRU canine program, he and Cairo 
       worked side by side, depending on each other for survival 
       on hundreds of critical operations in the war on 
       terrorism. But their bond transcended their service. Then,
       in 2011, the call came: Pick up your dog and get back to 
       Virginia. Now. What followed were several weeks of 
       training for a secret mission. It soon became clear that 
       this was no ordinary operation. Cairo was among the first 
       members of the U.S. military on the ground in Pakistan as 
       part of Operation Neptune Spear, which resulted in the 
       successful elimination of bin Laden. As Cairo settled into
       a role as a reliable "spare dog," Will went back to his 
       job as a DEVGRU operator, until a grenade blast in 2013 
       left him with a brain injury and PTSD. Unable to 
       participate in further missions, he suffered from 
       crippling migraines, chronic pain, memory issues, and 
       depression. Modern medicine provided only modest relief. 
       Instead, it was up to Cairo to save Will's life once more-
       and then up to Will to be there when Cairo needed him the 
       most"--|cProvided by publisher. 
600 00 Cairo|c(Dog) 
600 10 Chesney, Will,|d1984- 
610 10 United States.|bNaval Special Warfare Development Group
650  0 Dogs|xWar use. 
650  0 Afghan War, 2001-|vPersonal narratives, American. 
650  0 Afghan War, 2001-|xVeterans|xMental health|zUnited States.
650  0 Service dogs|zUnited States|vBiography. 
650  0 Human-animal relationships|zUnited States. 
650  0 Disabled veterans|xRehabilitation|zUnited States. 
700 1  Layden, Joe,|eauthor. 
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