Top 5 Veterans News: April 18th, 2018

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  1. An Army Veteran Confronts His Own Trauma With a Camera. It was a cold, sunny day last spring when retired U.S. Army Specialist Michael McCoy visited the war memorial in Cumberland, Md., to look for the name of Pfc. Albert M. Nelson.
  2. Fairmont State Veteran’s Lounge dedicated to George Davis III. When Vietnam and Korean War veteran George Davis III started getting more involved with helping his fellow veterans after his retirement in 2010, he did so without any expectations of being thanked for his work.
  3. Veteran and Community Job Fair helps several veterans find jobs. But he says it was difficult for him to find a job even though he had a degree and experience.
  4. Veteran seeks help in saving dog. A Rio Rancho man says his dog being attacked by a pit bull may have been a blessing in disguise.
  5. Jacksonville business asked to take down military flags; veteran allegedly told ‘You did nothing for this country’. The mayor of Jacksonville has responded to growing outrage after Jaguar Power Sports was issued a warning citation for their patriotic rooftop flag display.

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