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Topic - Rob Reynolds
Dina, a black-and-tan German shepherd, is friendly, outgoing and extremely curious.
For musician "The Reverend" Robert Reynolds, performing is all about finding a rhythm worth dancing to.
Robert Reynolds chokes up when asked to recall what it was like to be among U.S. forces who routed al Qaeda-linked fighters from the western Iraqi city of Fallujah a decade ago.
U.S. combat troops are gone from Iraq, but for some of the Marines who lived through it, there's one more fight to win: making sure one of the fallen, Sgt. Rafael Peralta, is awarded the Medal of Honor.
For years, people have been approaching Raul Malo with an annoyingly frequent question: When are The Mavericks getting back together?
"We had a few officers that the dog just didn't bond with," Reynolds said.
"It's a matter of personality. You want to match the handler's personality with the dog's personality," he said.