Army Medic Rescues Dog

A female soldier who was saved by a bomb-hunting army dog in Afghanistan has repaid the favour by bringing him home to the UK. Army medic Angie McDonnell owed her life to four-year-old Vidar after he sniffed out a huge stash of hidden weapons that the Taliban were planning to use to blow up British troops.

A female soldier who was saved by a bomb-hunting army dog in Afghanistan has repaid the favour by bringing him home to the UK. Army medic Angie McDonnell owed her life to four-year-old Vidar after he sniffed out a huge stash of hidden weapons that the Taliban were planning to use to blow up British troops.

A female soldier who was saved by a bomb-hunting army dog in Afghanistan has repaid the favour by bringing him home to the UK. Army medic Angie McDonnell owed her life to four-year-old Vidar after he sniffed out a huge stash of hidden weapons that the Taliban were planning to use to blow up British troops.

A female soldier who was saved by a bomb-hunting army dog in Afghanistan has repaid the favour by bringing him home to the UK. Army medic Angie McDonnell owed her life to four-year-old Vidar after he sniffed out a huge stash of hidden weapons that the Taliban were planning to use to blow up British troops.

A female soldier who was saved by a bomb-hunting army dog in Afghanistan has repaid the favour by bringing him home to the UK. Army medic Angie McDonnell owed her life to four-year-old Vidar after he sniffed out a huge stash of hidden weapons that the Taliban were planning to use to blow up British troops.