President’s Dog Visit Veterans at Armed Forces

Greetings NAAV,

HMI Sully H.W. Bush, the former service dog and companion to President
George H.W. Bush, stopped by the Armed Forces Retirement Home in
Washington, D.C yesterday bringing smiles and joy to our military
veterans and staff here at AFRH. Representatives from Walter Reed
National Military Medical Center’s Facility Dog Program brought Sully to
our facility giving our veterans and staff a rare opportunity to meet
and greet the devoted Lab, famous for faithfully standing by his owner’s
side until the end.

I’ve attached a brief write-up (w/photos) cleared for immediate release
should you wish to publicize this event. Thank you much for your time
and attention. Please feel free to reach out to us if you have any
questions/concerns or need additional information.

Photos by Robert W. Mitchell/AFRH Public Affairs


AFRH Public Affairs 202 541 7552

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AFRH Press Release APR 11 22

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