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Soldier Says United Airlines Charged Him $200 For Overweight Bag

Soldier Says United Airlines Charged Him $200 For Overweight Bag

A United States soldier returning from Afghanistan after a 21-month deployment said United Airlines charged him $200 for an overweight bag laden with his Kevlar vest, helmets and boots. First Lieutenant John Rader said he was boarding a flight in El Paso, Texas, on Monday evening when he was made to pay the extra fee.
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