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VFW's John Hamilton Goes to the Mat for Veterans

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Originally published on Published Online: August 01, 2014 
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John Hamilton received three Purple Hearts during his service in the Vietnam War. Afterward, he was a pro wrestler known as Dr. Death. Since July 2013, he has been adjutant general of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. In an interview that appeared in the August 2014 issue of Vietnam magazine he talks about his own experiences, the need to help our veterans returning from America's most recent wars, and the VFW's plans for the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War.

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