WWII veteran must prove military service despite discharge papers
The Department of Veterans Affairs says one WWII veteran with two Bronze Stars and one Purple Heart still does not have enough proof of military service. Disabled veteran Emil Limpert recently submitted a claim for benefits for his injured leg that was wounded in a Philippines' foxhole when a grenade went off. The grenade killed two soldiers and severely wounded Limpert. He supplied evidence of his two Bronze Stars and one Purple Heart along with an X-ray of the wound. He also provided his discharge papers. But VA claims the evidence is insufficient to prove his military service and military injuries.
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