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Archive: Walter Reed

Army Makes Repairs in Wake of Soldiers' Complaints

Twenty soldiers told USA TODAY's Gregg Zoroya last week that complaints regarding mold at Fort Sill in Lawton, Okla., went unanswered for months and that they were later ordered not to publicly speak about the facility's poor conditions.

By Derek Kravitz | August 18, 2008; 02:50 PM ET | Comments (4)

Walter Reed Closure Looms

The planned closure of Walter Reed Army Medical Center will take another step forward in the next two weeks as Bethesda naval hospital's multimillion-dollar expansion begins, consolidating medical operations in the area and moving much of the care of wounded soldiers to Maryland, The Post's Miranda S. Spivack reports today....

By The Editors | May 9, 2008; 08:05 PM ET | Comments (1)

Update on Veteran

Army 1st Lt. Elizabeth Whiteside, who was recently profiled by Post reporters Dana Priest and Anne Hull, has received good news: an Army hearing officer has recommended that she should not face a court-martial for attempting suicide and endangering another soldier while in Iraq. Whiteside, who is undergoing psychiatric...

By The Editors | December 11, 2007; 10:00 AM ET | Comments (4)

Veteran is Diagnosed, Then Charged

Post reporters Dana Priest and Anne Hull continued their examination of the treatment of war veterans at Walter Reed Army Medical Center with the story of Army 1st Lt. Elizabeth Whiteside, whose doctors say she has a mental disorder. After seven years of exemplary service, the 25-year-old Army reservist...

By The Editors | December 3, 2007; 12:05 PM ET | Comments (15)


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