Top 5 Veterans News: March 28th, 2018

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  1. Veteran deported because of felony says he did his time in prison, belongs back in US. A former US Army soldier whose felony conviction led to the revocation of his green card, his imprisonment, and, just days ago, his deportation to Mexico, said he will fight what he calls the unjust treatment of immigrant veterans.
  2. Stop Using Your Status As A Veteran To Trash The Second Amendment. All veterans are not created equal. People join different services for different reasons.
  3. Colerain veteran pushing for community veterans memorial. Chris Green says there’s no reason one of the largest townships in Ohio should have one of the smallest veterans memorials in the Tristate.
  4. Indiana veteran in famous Vietnam War photo says he’s proud to be part of history. Tim Whitenburg served during the most deadly time to fight in Vietnam, right after the Tet Offensive and near the height of U.S. involvement in the war.
  5. New veteran banner hanging in Moundsville to recognize well-known resident. Veteran banners are hung on Jefferson Avenue in Moundsville every year to recognize residents who served our country.

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