Sikhs have been serving in the U.S. military since WWI, but they were banned from wearing their traditional turban and beard in the 1980's -- until Captain Simratpal Singh changed that. He spoke with CBS News about the importance of serving his country,
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Published: 2021-04-17 04:45 am
Sikh American soldier on what the Army means to him
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