Top 5 Veterans News: April 8th, 2018

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  1. Marine Veteran Credits Operation Delta Dog With Helping Him. Just leaving the house was scary and overwhelming for Massachusetts veteran Brian Callahan – until he found Maggie.
  2. Virginia 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.
  3. Rutherford must consider veteran for police job, judge rules. A veteran who was bypassed for a job with the Rutherford Police Department must be re-considered, after a state agency ruled that the mayor was improperly involved in the hiring process.
  4. Emotions flow as veteran presented Quilt of Valour. Tears flowing, overcome with emotion. That’s how Arthur Lee reacted after receiving the Quilt of Valour.
  5. Veteran comes full circle. Nick Charbonneau, who served as a corporal with the Marine Corps from 2004 to 2008, knows the issues veterans face.


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