An Army veteran who just celebrated his 100th birthday won a fight to stay in his Brooklyn home on Tuesday.

James Been served in World War II as a radio operator and celebrated his milestone birthday on June 19.

Been has lived in a brownstone on Halsey Street in Brooklyn’s Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood since 1927, and he says the house has been in his family for generations.

NEW YORK — An Army veteran who just celebrated his 100th birthday won a fight to stay in his Brooklyn home on Tuesday.

James Been served in World War II as a radio operator and celebrated his milestone birthday on June 19.

Been has lived in a brownstone on Halsey Street […]

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