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Topic - Robert Myers
"From a legislative perspective we can make our state more attractive to our veterans," said Myers, a U.S. Army retiree who spent a 22-year career serving in Vietnam, Saudi Arabia and Kuwait. "There's a reason why many veterans don't come back to Iowa, their home state. They go to states that are more receptive to them and have state laws that demonstrate this."
Navy spokesman Lt. Robert Myers said the service is "working closely with Congress on a proposal that preserves our readiness within a constrained fiscal environment."