Top 5 Veterans News Today: Dec. 25, 2017

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  1. Homeless veterans find temporary home in city tent. Hundreds of homeless veterans will have a warm bed and hope for a better future following the Friday opening of a tented shelter in the Midway area.
  2. New Hampshire Veterans Want More, Better Medical Services. As the Department of Veterans Affairs looks to improve the troubled medical center in Manchester, veterans are making one thing clear: they want more services in the state including mental health treatment, same-day surgery and dental care.

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  3. Veterans share highlights from Wounded Warrior Project Soldier Rides. Thousands of warriors pedaled thousands of miles in 2017 as part of Wounded Warrior Project Soldier Ride events across America.
  4. Wounded Marine Corps veteran given free Moreno Valley housHolding an oversized red cardboard key in his hands, Simon Kim walked through the front door of a two-story Moreno Valley house in disbelief.
  5. Veteran Group Finds Perfect Trees at Clark Griswold Christmas Event. Injured veterans and their loved ones tapped into their inner Clark Griswold by joining Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) at Pine Tree Barn to pick out, cut down, and take home their own Christmas trees, as well as visit with Santa.

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