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High School Diploma for Delaware WWII Veterans

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About: House Bill No. 60 provides a High School Diploma to those World War II Veterans who did not graduate from high school due to their military service. 
 
Eligibility: Any World War II Veteran who performed wartime service between December 7, 1941 and December 31, 1946 shall be eligible to receive a High School Diploma. World War II Veterans interested in receiving a diploma may contact the Delaware Commission of Veterans Affairs at (800) 344-9900 or (302) 739-2792.
 
 
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