During World War I, a dog named Stubby was promoted to sergeant in the US Army for locating and effectively capturing a German spy!
Private J. Robert Conroy found little stubby while training for combat on the fields of Yale University. He learned the bugle class, the drills, and even a modified dog salute as he put his right paw on his eyebrow when a salute was executed by other soldiers!
Stubby had many talents; such as finding wounded men, barking when he heard enemies close and even capturing enemies! He caught the German spy by mapping out the layout of the Allied trenches. As the german ran, Stubby chased him and bit him on the legs until an American soldier arrived.
He won several medals and awards for his 17 battles and great job as a sergeant of the U.S army.Remember, it doesn’t require a lot to be brave, not even being a human, just a great heart.