A bittersweet human interest story about a sentry war dog named Beauregard, a hundred-twenty pound Doberman pincher attached to the 62nd Combat Engineeers at Phan Rang Air Base, South Vietnam in 1965-66. Beau left paw prints on the hearts of Vietnamese, men of the 62nd and an Air Force nurse named Babs.
J.D. Taylor, a former high school, adult education and adjunct history instructor has written articles for Runners World, The Washington Post, Reunions Magazine and first editor of the Ark, a newsletter for the Virginia Federation of Humane Societies. John won a fellowship from the National Endowment for the Humanities for his winning essay "The Munich Enigma." John holds history and education degrees from the University of Maryland, University of Virginia and Georgetown University. He is a veteran of the 82nd Airborne Division.
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