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'The VA is waiting for us to die' 

A soldier battles a system stacked against him

As an Army soldier during the Vietnam War, David Best patrolled Korea's demilitarized zone, lugging a 40-pound pack on his back in temperatures as bone-chilling as 20 degrees below zero and as smoldering as 100. During his service, Best developed an intermittent…

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