The article is about the Marine War Dogs employed by the United States Marine Corps in the Pacific Theater during World War II. Most of his article centers around the Marine Dogs used during the fight for Guam.
Sanderson said, "I am pleased that HubPages thought my writing was of high enough quality to be among the six finalist in their contest.
HubPages is a user generated content site. Users (known as Hubbers) submit magazine-style articles which are posted as individual webpages (referred to as Hubs). Users retain all intellectual property rights to their Hubs and can delete them at any time.
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Sanderson is founder of http://maxapooch.com a web site dedicated to creating awareness recycling and the recycling of dogs.
There is a real Max A. Pooch who is a black Labrador Retriever and has appeared in a video on the Huffington Post http://www.huffingtonpost.com/
Sanderson hopes many people take the opportunity to read and vote on his Devil Dog Hub. It covers a compelling part of the story of the Marine War Dogs and the Human Marines who served with them. Much of his research came from the book titled ALWAYS FAITHFUL, By Captain Putney (RET) US Marine Corp, who served with the dogs on Guam.
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Max A Pooch is an online business that provides information and insight regarding recycling, sustainability, and things green through the co-mingling of information about the recycled dog star Max A. Pooch.