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George H.W. Bush & # 39; s service dog Sully has brought him a moving tribute by visiting the WWII monument in Washington D.C. on Monday. This photo of Sully posing next to a stone dedicated to the late president who served in the war as a naval pilot was posted on his Instagram page

& # 39; Always remembering my best friend and the bravest soldiers in the world & # 39 ;: George H.W. Bush & # 39; s loyal service dog Sully pays tribute to the former naval pilot during the WWII monument

  • George H.W. Bush & # 39; s service dog Sully has brought him a moving tribute by visiting the WWII monument in Washington D.C. on Monday.
  • The puppy posed for a photo in front of a stone dedicated to George W. Bush, who served as a naval pilot in the war
  • & # 39; Always thinking of my best friend and the bravest soldiers in the world who made the ultimate sacrifice while defending our country & # 39 ;, Sully wrote on Instagram
  • Sully served Bush from June 2018 until his death in November 2018
  • Sully is now working with other rehabilitation dogs to help veterans at the Walter Reed Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland
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Sully, the beloved service dog of former President George H.W. Bush paid homage to his old owner and fallen veterans on Memorial Day.

The faithful puppy who served with Bush six months before his death in November 2018 visited the National World War II Memorial in Washington D.C. to express his respect on Monday.

Sully posed next to a stone dedicated to the late president, who served as a navy pilot in World War II, in a sweet photo shared on his Instagram page.

& # 39; Each of the patriots we remember on this day was first a beloved son or daughter, a brother or sister, or a husband, friend and neighbor – George H.W. Bush, & said the photo caption.

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George H.W. Bush & # 39; s service dog Sully has brought him a moving tribute by visiting the WWII monument in Washington D.C. on Monday. This photo of Sully posing next to a stone dedicated to the late president who served in the war as a naval pilot was posted on his Instagram page

George H.W. Bush & # 39; s service dog Sully has brought him a moving tribute by visiting the WWII monument in Washington D.C. on Monday. This photo of Sully posing next to a stone dedicated to the late president who served in the war as a naval pilot was posted on his Instagram page

& # 39; Always thinking of my best friend and the bravest soldiers in the world who made the ultimate sacrifice while defending our country for our liberties & # 39 ;, said the caption of Sully.

& # 39; Always thinking of my best friend and the bravest soldiers in the world who made the ultimate sacrifice while defending our country for our liberties & # 39 ;, said the caption of Sully.

& # 39; Always thinking of my best friend and the bravest soldiers in the world who made the ultimate sacrifice while defending our country for our liberties & # 39 ;, said the caption of Sully.

The loyal puppy next to Bush for six months before his death in November 2018

The loyal puppy next to Bush for six months before his death in November 2018

The loyal puppy next to Bush for six months before his death in November 2018

Sully depicted for George H.W. Bush & # 39; s chest while he lied, stated on December 4, 2018 in the US Capitol

Sully depicted for George H.W. Bush & # 39; s chest while he lied, stated on December 4, 2018 in the US Capitol

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Sully depicted for George H.W. Bush & # 39; s chest while he lied, stated on December 4, 2018 in the US Capitol

& # 39; Always thinking of my best friend and the bravest soldiers in the world who made the ultimate sacrifice while defending our country for our liberties, & # 39 ;, it added.

Stopping at the monument had a special meaning for Sully, whose former master George H.W. Bush registered as a naval pilot in World War II and World War II in 1942 and had flown 58 combat missions in 1944.

After Bush's death, Sully, the Labrador Retriever, started to provide therapy for the military patient.

On February 27, 2019, Sully joined the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center's Facility Dog program to help wounded veterans.

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His joke presentation was live streamed and showed the moment when Sully offered his leg as he swore an oath to support, comfort and cheer veterans and their families.

For the job he received a new & # 39; military uniform & # 39; – a camouflage jacket – as proof of his registration and which he wears daily.

Sully pictured above with hero pilot Chesley & # 39; Sully & # 39; Sullenberger, who safely landed a US Airways flight on the Hudson River, and after whom the retriever was named

Sully pictured above with hero pilot Chesley & # 39; Sully & # 39; Sullenberger, who safely landed a US Airways flight on the Hudson River, and after whom the retriever was named

Sully pictured above with hero pilot Chesley & # 39; Sully & # 39; Sullenberger, who safely landed a US Airways flight on the Hudson River, and after whom the retriever was named

Sully is now working with other rehabilitation dogs to help veterans at the Walter Reed Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland. Pictured above in uniform with Jenna Bush Hager

Sully is now working with other rehabilitation dogs to help veterans at the Walter Reed Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland. Pictured above in uniform with Jenna Bush Hager

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Sully is now working with other rehabilitation dogs to help veterans at the Walter Reed Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland. Pictured above in uniform with Jenna Bush Hager

Sully was an important part of the Bush family and joined until June 2018 shortly after Barbara Bush's death.

The puppy is named after hero pilot Chesley & # 39; Sully & # 39; Sullenberger, who has safely landed a US Airways flight on the Hudson River.

The two-year-old retriever conquered the heart of the nation when he was pictured before the funeral in front of Bush's flag-draped chest last year.

During his service, Sully spent his days at Bush's side, and even went to the polling booth in 2018.

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Sully has done more than just a colorful company, he can also perform a number of tasks, such as answering telephones, opening doors and switching lights on and off.

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