Top 5 Veterans News: April 23rd 2018

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  1. First Veteran to Secure Military Burial Rights for Same-Sex Spouse Buried in Portland Cemetery Today. The first U.S. veteran to secure military burial rights with her same-sex spouse was buried in Portland today.
  2. Special Forces veteran’s missing dog found safe after crash. A service dog missing for more than two days after he ran off when the vehicle his owner was driving became involved in a crash in Kettering has been found and reunited with his owner.
  3. LOCAL MILITARY VETERAN RECEIVES DONATED VEHICLE. In American society today, acknowledging veterans for their dedication to and sacrifice for our country often begins and ends with briefly uttering the cursory phrase – “Thank you for your service,” or, attending fun celebrations to honor the military.
  4. The Military Veteran’s Guide to Civilian Lingo In The Workplace. When I was a staff officer in the Army, once a quarter we’d meet for a day of the most painfully long PowerPoint briefs you can imagine.
  5. Westchester looks to give more contracts to veteran businesses. Westchester County lawmakers passed a bill Monday aimed at giving more contracts to businesses owned by service-disabled veterans.

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