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The following exemptions from taxation shall be allowed:
1. The property, not to exceed two thousand seven hundred seventy-eight dollars in taxable value, of any veteran, as defined in section 35.1, of World War I.
2. The property, not to exceed one thousand eight hundred fifty-two dollars in taxable value, of an honorably separated, retired, furloughed to a reserve, placed on inactive status, or discharged veteran, as defined in section 35.1, subsection 2, paragraph “a” or “b”.
3. Where the word “veteran” appears in this chapter, it includes without limitation the members of the United States air force, merchant marine, and coast guard.
4. For purposes of this chapter, unless the context otherwise requires, “veteran” also means a resident of this state who is a former member of the armed forces of the United States and who served for a minimum aggregate of eighteen months and who was discharged under honorable conditions. However, “veteran” also means a resident of this state who is a former member of the armed forces of the United States and who, after serving fewer than eighteen months, was honorably discharged because of a service-related injury sustained by the veteran.
5. For the purpose of determining a military tax exemption under this section, property includes a manufactured or mobile home as defined in section 435.1.
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