Top 5 Veterans News: April 12th, 2018

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  1. Michigan Veteran Receives High School Diploma 70 Years Later. A World War II veteran in Michigan has finally received his high school diploma with the help of his family and the school district.
  2. 111-year-old black veteran with 15-a-day cigar habit gets exclusive tour of African-American museum. The oldest U.S. veteran of World War II, the 111-year-old grandson of a slave, has received an exclusive tour of the National Museum of African American History and Culture after being flown to Washington on a private jet by a wealthy benefactor.
  3. FBI probing complaints that St. Tammany deputies beat veteran during wellness check. Pearl River Police Chief JJ Jennings said Wednesday that the FBI interviewed him and two other officers Tuesday about the case of Chris Cambre, a military veteran who says that he was beaten without justification by St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office deputies.
  4. Hartland Veteran Files For District 3 County Commission Seat. A local Navy Veteran has announced his bid for a seat on the Livingston County Board of Commissioners.
  5. Pair helps deceased WWII veteran in Colorado get the honor he deserved. But his passion for helping a fellow veteran 23 years after Knowles’ death has led to the war hero finally getting the military benefits he earned and helped his family know what happened to his remains.


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