A German Shepard named Rain is trained to fight in the Vietnam War and his intelligence and courage in the face of adversity wins the respect and loyalty of his platoon.

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Pvt. Holland
Pamela Moore Somers ...
Abbey
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Amy Davis (as Ashley Louise Edner)
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Diane Davis
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Lt. Crawford
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Sgt. Summers
Jimmy Pham ...
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Cpt. Pike
Randall Arney ...
John Davis
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Pvt. Mays
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Pvt. Jordan
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Pvt. Morris
Kidany Lugo ...
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Junior (as Jason Dumenigo)
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A German Shepard named Rain is trained to fight in the Vietnam War and his intelligence and courage in the face of adversity wins the respect and loyalty of his platoon.

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16 May 2003 (UK)  »

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Chuva de Verão  »

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Not a bad movie
16 April 2009 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Being an ex Queensland (Australian) Prison dog handler the piece that stood out for me as a major flaw was that a dog would never be allowed to be "off lead" when in this environment - the chances of loss of control of the dog and in fact loosing him would be too great To take the Nurse into the situation he did was unforgivable and the fact that once the persons who were attempting to take the dog, over powered they did not grab the weapons from them In Vietman there was a bounty on the ears from the dogs and the handlers patches Overall it was entertaining If anybody knows where I can obtain a copy please let me know There was an excellent documentary on Pay Television called "War Dogs" where they interviewed ex handlers,and persons who donated the dogs They re-enacted some situations that handlers and their dogs had been in and highlighted the failure to recognise the job that these dogs did during the war Most of them were handed to the Veitnamese or put down after the war ended How could a handler just walk away from his dog and return home without it after the bond that would have been formed with the dog and the love and devotion that the dog would have given during its working life When I retired from the Dog Squad I took my dog with me and he passed away six years after we retired

"Krammer" passed away at aged 11 and I had him cremated I intend to have his ashes buried with me when it is my time - he will never be forgotten


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