Marine Reunites With Combat Service Dog After 4 Years

Lance Corporal Jeff DeYoung adopted Cena, a black Lab, who saved his life in Afghanistan.
0:47 | 06/05/14

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They served together in Afghanistan side by side for two years now our reunion as one of them is retiring. It's been four years -- I hope he remembers me. I really do I I remember him every -- I just as wanted to same thing. And emotional moment as the Michigan marine and his wartime dogs see each other for the first time in four years. It was in Afghanistan where Jeff. Looked after each other while hunting for -- eighties as soon as the young -- scene it was being retired from the Marines after developing a hip injury. He didn't think twice about what to do next he adopt her. The first thing the young plans to do with -- is catcher up on the last four years of his life.

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