When I tell the receptionist at VFW headquarters why I’m calling, she isn’t sure she’s heard me correctly.
“Deported veterans?” she says.
There’s a pause. “Huh.”
Even at an organization like the VFW, even in a military town like San Diego, the news that former soldiers, sailors and marines are among the hundreds of thousands of immigrants deported every year can come as a surprise.
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