Top 5 Veterans News: April 1st, 2018


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  1. Local veteran struggles to get medical supplies. Twenty years of service in the Navy earned Clyde Cooper a GED, college degrees for children and grandchildren and health care.
  2. Vietnam veterans recognized for service during Decatur event. Bob Dondeville addressed the hundreds of Vietnam-era veterans who filled the Decatur Civic Center’s Ameren Illinois Arena on Saturday with a simple, but powerful greeting: “Welcome home.”
  3. Navy veteran killed on way to work honored by friends, family on 63rd birthday. A memorial is now along a southeast Charlotte road where a volunteer firefighter and veteran was killed in a crash.
  4. A VETERAN’S STORY: Sorting through the history of one WWII sub chaser. Typically identified as the Splinter Fleet, the tiny 110-foot wood-hulled sub chasers of World War II held the title as the smallest commissioned ships in the U.S. Navy.
  5. Great Plains Hospital and VA join forces for veteran. Great Plains Health hospice services and the Department of Veterans Affairs are working together to make one man’s cancer diagnosis a bit easier to bear.

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