A round-table discussion on national security and veteran's benefits was held Friday in Jacksonville by Veterans supporting Presidential Hopeful Barack Obama.
Medal of honor winner Paul Buuka has been traveling around North Carolina making his case for why the Illinois Senator should be the next President.
He focused on national security and Veteran's affairs. Buuka says he's currently in counseling for post traumatic stress disorder, and that Marines today are back and forth between countries very often and need help more than ever before. Many in attendance agree Obama will look out for military men and women when they come back to America, no matter how long they served.
Buuka made another stop in our state Friday traveling to Fayetteville to speak.