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Veterans News 1/25/2015

VETERANS Banners of Honor program entries Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders Banners of Honor program saluting those who have exemplified excellence in public service. Those with service time in the military, police force, fire department, emergency medi… Read more at: Veteran Linked Local Network

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Veterans rally at The Clock over treatment of service dog

Veterans and others concerned about how a Gulf War veteran was treated at the Clock Restaurant on North Main Street over his service dog protested in front of the business Saturday morning. Read more at: Veterans News Read more at: Veteran Linked Local Network

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Utica native helping to create legal clinic for veterans

Over the past three months, the Utica Veterans Outreach Center helped find housing for 30 homeless veterans.And many of those individuals might not have found themselves in such need if their veterans’ disability claims had been processed in a timely manner, said the center’s Executive Director Vincent Scalise.”A lot of this comes from being injured, […]

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Sen. John McCain has asked the Air Force secretary to open an investigation into the alleged comments made by an Air Force general about A-10 supporters Read more at: DoD Buzz

McCain Wants Investigation into A-10 “Treason” Comments

Sen. John McCain has asked the Air Force secretary to open an investigation into the alleged comments made by an Air Force general about A-10 supporters Read more at: DoD Buzz Read more at: Veteran Linked Local Network

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Erin O’Toole Vows Kinder Approach To Angered Veterans

TORONTO – Canada’s rookie veterans affairs minister sought to put daylight between himself and his predecessor in a maiden speech Friday that promised the dawn of a new era — in what is an election year. Speaking to fellow Rotary Club members, Erin O’Toole began with a frank admission about shortcomings in the government’s dealings […]

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Rookie minister promises kinder, gentler approach to angered veterans

Canada’s rookie veterans affairs minister sought to put daylight between himself and his predecessor in a maiden speech Friday that promised the dawn of a new era — in what is an election year. Speaking to fellow Rotary Club members, Erin O’Toole began with a frank admission about shortcomings in the government’s dealings with veterans. […]

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