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After being illegally fired, a disabled veteran has waited eight years for a $1 million settlement from the Air Force


After the military, bankruptcies 

200 job applications 

David Bighia, 61, with piles of documents outside his home in Bellevue, Neb., on Thursday, September 8, 2022. The Army veteran won a discrimination lawsuit against the U.S. Air Force for a civilian employment issue, but he hasn't been paid out what is owed to him. Without the money from the court order, he is facing foreclosure.




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