Robert D'Andrea, a retired Army major and Iraq war veteran, at his Los Angeles home on October 21, 2016, holding a photo of his team on his first deployment to Iraq and one of his two Bronze Stars and Army Commendation Medal for Valor. After two tours of duty the decorated veteran fights to retain a $20,000 bonus he received in 2008 for his service. “Everything takes months of work, and there is no way to get your day in court,” he said.
Robert D'Andrea, a retired Army major and Iraq war veteran, at his Los Angeles home on October 21, 2016, holding a photo of his team on his first deployment to Iraq and one of his two Bronze Stars and Army Commendation Medal for Valor. After two tours of duty the decorated veteran fights to retain a $20,000 bonus he received in 2008 for his service. “Everything takes months of work, and there is no way to get your day in court,” he said. Al Seib Los Angeles Times/TNS
Robert D'Andrea, a retired Army major and Iraq war veteran, at his Los Angeles home on October 21, 2016, holding a photo of his team on his first deployment to Iraq and one of his two Bronze Stars and Army Commendation Medal for Valor. After two tours of duty the decorated veteran fights to retain a $20,000 bonus he received in 2008 for his service. “Everything takes months of work, and there is no way to get your day in court,” he said. Al Seib Los Angeles Times/TNS

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