Top 5 Veterans News: April 3rd, 2018

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  1. World War II veteran’s luck holds. Bill Wimberley’s a lucky man. The 95-year-old survived five major battles during World War II after being deposited by glider deep behind enemy lines in Burma as an Army airborne soldier.
  2. Some Vets Still Can’t Apply for New Veteran ID Card. Some veterans have been told their military service cannot be verified while attempting to apply for the Department of Veterans Affairs’ new ID card. But sources disagree on what’s causing the problem.
  3. Ohio veteran told to remove American flag from yard. Warren County resident Wayne Marchant served our country. He spent four years in active duty and another four in the Air Force Reserves.
  4. Police report details suicide by veteran, 76, in Boynton City Hall lot. Police report details suicide by veteran, 76, in Boynton City Hall lot.
  5. Proposed veteran housing could benefit from Wichita Falls ordinance change. A tiny-home project for previously homeless veterans in Wichita Falls could come another step closer to reality with action by the city council Tuesday.

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