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Colonel Edwin N. Hardy (access required)

Col. Edwin N. Hardy at Fort Huachuca’s parade ground with his beloved dog Skipper at his side.If Army regulations governed where dogs could and could not go on a military reservation, little heed was given them by Col. Edwin N. Hardy. Skipper, keeping pace with the colonel and his mount on the Fort Huachuca parade ...

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