In an undated handout photo, Eric Shinseki, who resigned May 30 as veterans affairs secretary, recuperates at Tripler Army Medical Center on Oahu in Hawaii after being wounded in Vietnam in 1970. A former Army chief of staff who famously fought with the Bush White House over the war in Iraq, Shinseki remains a hero to many in the military despite recent allegations that during his time running the agency, veterans hospitals manipulated waiting lists.
In an undated handout photo, Eric Shinseki, who resigned May 30 as veterans affairs secretary, recuperates at Tripler Army Medical Center on Oahu in Hawaii after being wounded in Vietnam in 1970. A former Army chief of staff who famously fought with the Bush White House over the war in Iraq, Shinseki remains a hero to many in the military despite recent allegations that during his time running the agency, veterans hospitals manipulated waiting lists. NYT
In an undated handout photo, Eric Shinseki, who resigned May 30 as veterans affairs secretary, recuperates at Tripler Army Medical Center on Oahu in Hawaii after being wounded in Vietnam in 1970. A former Army chief of staff who famously fought with the Bush White House over the war in Iraq, Shinseki remains a hero to many in the military despite recent allegations that during his time running the agency, veterans hospitals manipulated waiting lists. NYT

For many in military, Shinseki remains an American hero

May 30, 2014 05:33 PM

UPDATED May 30, 2014 05:52 PM

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