A special ceremony's been held at Godmanchester near Huntingdon to honour the work of a work of a very special wartime dog.
Crommie, a cocker spaniel, is credited with hugely helping the morale of spies about to go behind enemy lines.
Now his efforts have been rewarded with a posthumous commendation - a his own statue.
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His story was uncovered by local historian Roger Leivers.
He found notes written by Shaw's deputy, Bruce Bonzi in the Imperial War Museum.
Roger informed the animal charity PDSA which presents awards to worthy creatures.
It decided Crommie was one of the first post traumatic stress dogs and deserved a posthumous commendation.
A statue of Crommie now graces Hall Farm, a dog so popular his name was even used as a vital codeword by spies.
Agents would say ' love to Crommie' which meant they had got to the ground in France safely.