A Site Dedicated to Our four-legged and winged heroes that have served

A Site Dedicated to Our four-legged and winged heroes that have served

A Site Dedicated to Our four-legged and winged heroes that have servedA Site Dedicated to Our four-legged and winged heroes that have servedA Site Dedicated to Our four-legged and winged heroes that have served

Order the book, WAR ANIMALS, by Robin Hutton on the links below or at any bookstore. 


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Now accepting nominations for next medal ceremony

Do you know a heroic animal that might be right for our Medal of Bravery or our brand new Medal of Distinguished Service? We are now accepting nominations from the public for our next Animals in War and Peace Medal Ceremony that will be held on Capitol Hill on Wednesday, September 30, 2020.   The new Distinguished Service Medal is awarded to any animal who has distinguished by exceptionally meritorious service to the U.S in a duty of great responsibility. The performance must be such as to merit recognition for service which is clearly exceptional. 


Please download the form below and fill it out with all of the supporting documentation. The deadline for submissions is May 31, 2020.  You can email the completed materials to WarAnimals@yahoo.com, or mail to Robin Hutton, Angels Without Wings, Inc., PO Box 1125, Moorpark, CA 93020. If you have any questions, please call (805) 603-2174. Click here to learn who is on our Nominating Committee and Advisory Board.

Medal, Museum, Monuments and More!

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Medal of Bravery

Read more about the Inaugural Animals in War & Peace Medal Ceremony and the eight heroes that received the first Medals. You'll also learn what we are doing to move forward to make this a Congressionally mandated award.  (Click here)

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A new Museum honoring animals that have served in war

They had no voice ... they had no choice ... but now they will be honored and remembered for generations to come. (Click here)

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Lucca K458 - War Dog Monument

A beautiful monument one of America's heroic Military Working Dogs

 (Click here)

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War Animals: The Unsung Heroes of World War II

The latest book from New York Times bestselling author, Robin Hutton, honoring the animals that served in World War II.  Many animals in the book received the British award, the PDSA Dickin Medal, also known as the "Victoria Cross for Animals." These stories also inspired the new Animals in War and Peace Medal of Bravery and the International War Animals Museum.  (Click here)

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America's Greatest War Horse

Sgt Reckless

 LIFE Magazine’s “Celebrating Our Heroes,” lists alongside George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Martin Luther King, a small Mongolian mare who became the greatest war hero horse in American history.  Click here to learn more!

Contact Us

Any questions, or want further information on any of our events or topics, drop us a line!

War Animals: The Unsung Heroes

PO Box 1125 / Moorpark, CA 93020

(805) 603-2174