Top 5 Veterans News Today: Dec. 28, 2017

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  1. DAR honors local Vietnam veterans, their spouses. The John Alden Chapter DAR honored both Vietnam-era veterans and surviving spouses from Midland and Gladwin counties at its December meeting.
  2. Here is what you need to know about the new veterans ID card. Tens of thousands of veterans have expressed interest in obtaining a new national Veterans Identification Card, intended as convenient proof of their service when they seek military discounts offered by retail and restaurant chains.

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  3. Veterans Seek Purpose, Peace Of Mind Through Equine Therapy. When Barb Knopf’s son returned from tours in both Iraq and Afghanistan in 2010, he was what she called a “changed young man.”
  4. Veterans, first responders with PTSD encouraged to find peace in Middleburg horse pasture. Rebecca Davenport envisions veterans and first responders with post-traumatic stress disorder enjoying yoga classes, group meetings, counseling or alone time in a peaceful spot where horses graze and city sounds are miles away.
  5. New court to link veterans with services. Area veterans who become involved with the criminal justice system will have a new avenue for assistance next year when the 11th Judicial Circuit opens the McLean County Veterans Court.