Third Wave: An Alternative to Omaha Beach
Domestic dogs have been used as tools of warfare in multiple U.S campaigns. Soldiers in The Great War trained messenger dogs to relay commands across the battlefield. In the Second World War, allied forces used canines to predict attacks and unveil hidden enemies. Soviet Union forces sent dogs under tanks, with strapped explosives.
Third Wave revises the Omaha Beach invasion of 1944 to include attack dogs. A military map is printed on a sand hoodie, collaged with two images of a soldier and his companion.