Col. David D. Rabb, commander 113th Combat Stress Control Unit, takes a moment to visit with the unit’s therapy dog, Sgt. 1st Class Zeke. “The dog is not just for others, our guys get a lot out of him being with us too,” said Rabb. Zeke is the first therapy dog to be brought into theatre by a reserve unit. Rabb worked very hard to get Zeke for this unit and is in the process of trying to get another therapy dog for the Troop Medical Clinic at Kandahar Airfield.
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