Channing Tatum visits navy canines on Army Ranger film tour

When he’s not glistening half-naked beneath the stage lights filming one other ‘Magic Mike’ film, actor Channing Tatum manages to star in different works.

His newest film, ‘Canine,’ which made its theatrical debut on Feb. 18, is a departure from the heartthrob’s romantic comedy and rugged motion movies. Co-directed by Tatum, It’s an emotional story that facilities on an Army Ranger’s race to convey Lulu the working canine to her handler’s funeral.

In the course of the press tour, Tatum visited the Brooke Army Medical Heart’s Heart for the Intrepid and BAMC USO workplace at JBSA-Fort Sam Houston, the Lt. Col. Daniel E. Holland Army Working Canine Hospital and MWD Whelping facility at JBSA-Lackland, and the 902nd Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal unit at JBSA-Chapman Annex, in line with a launch.

Whereas there, the actor participated in a navy working canine demonstration, going as far as to swimsuit up and permit one in all them to assault. There’s one thing to be stated about that kind of dogged dedication.

However the journey didn’t completely chew. Tatum additionally hung out with among the puppies that can at some point develop into Army Working Canines.

‘Canine’ is in theaters now.

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Sarah Sicard is a Senior Editor with Army Occasions. She beforehand served because the Digital Editor of Army Occasions and the Army Occasions Editor. Different work will be discovered at Nationwide Protection Journal, Activity & Objective, and Protection News.