The Other Walter Reed
President Bush yesterday paid his first visit to Walter Reed Army Medical Center since the uproar over shoddy conditions at the facility and emerged after a two-hour tour to publicly apologize for the physical and bureaucratic ordeals inflicted upon soldiers recovering from injuries on faraway...
 
Transcript: House Committee Hearing on State of Military Health Care (washingtonpost.com, March 27, 2007; 4:50 PM)
 
Substandard Conditions at VA Centers Noted: 90% of More than 1,000 Problems Reported Are Routine, Officials Say (Post, March 22, 2007, Page A12)
 
Pentagon Is Probing Veterans Home: Increased Deaths, Grim Conditions Reported by GAO (Post, March 22, 2007, Page A01)
 
Md. Naval Hospital Staff Reports 'Fatigue': Workload, Poor Maintenance Driving Workers Away, Some Testify at Hearing (Post, March 15, 2007, Page B01)
 
Soldiers Detail Walter Reed Problems: Review Board Hears Testimony on Patient Treatment at Hospital (Post, March 14, 2007, Page A08)
 
Surgeon General Of Army Steps Down (Post, March 13, 2007, Page A01)
 
General With Combat Experience to Become Walter Reed Deputy (Post, March 9, 2007, Page A13)
 
Monetary, Staff Problems Suspected at Hospital: Co-Chair of Walter Reed Panel Offers Early Assessment; Public Meetings in Works (Post, March 8, 2007, Page A06)
 
Mr. Bush at Bay (March 8, 2007, Page A22)
 
Dole, Shalala Pledge Full Investigation Into Military Care (Post, March 7, 2007; 4:34 PM)
 
Dole, Shalala to Lead Troop-Care Panel: Bipartisan Commission Will Evaluate Treatment, From Battlefield to Civilian Life (Post, March 7, 2007, Page A05)
 
Legislation Would Repeal Walter Reed Closure (Post, March 7, 2007, Page A05)
 
Testimony at Walter Reed (March 6, 2007, Page A18)
 
Apologies, Anger at Walter Reed Hearing: Army Chiefs Plead Ignorance, But Lawmakers Are Skeptical (Post, March 6, 2007, Page A01)
 
Walter Reed Hearing to Put Spotlight on Kiley's Leadership (Post, March 5, 2007, Page A09)
 
'It Is Just Not Walter Reed': Soldiers Share Troubling Stories Of Military Health Care Across U.S. (Post, March 5, 2007, Page A01)
 
Walter Reed Changes Planned: Nonmedical General To Be Named as Deputy Commander (Post, March 4, 2007, Page A04)
 
Army Secretary Ousted: Second Firing Follows Walter Reed Revelations; Bush Vows a Probe (Post, March 3, 2007, Page A01)
 
Defense Secretary Sends Stern Message About Accountability (Post, March 3, 2007, Page A08)
 
Army Fires Commander of Walter Reed: Former Chief, Also Criticized in Troop-Care Scandal, Temporarily Takes Over (Post, March 2, 2007, Page A01)
 
Hospital Officials Knew of Neglect: Complaints About Walter Reed Were Voiced for Years (Post, March 1, 2007, Page A01)
 
Administrative Issues Cited at Walter Reed: Report From Long-Running Army Probe Notes Problems; Official Orders Fixes (Post, February 25, 2007, Page A09)
 
Media Notes: The Army's Preemptive News Briefing (By Howard Kurtz, February 24, 2007, Page C01)
 
Benefits of the Doubt (February 24, 2007, Page A18)
 
Review At Walter Reed Is Ordered: Defense Secretary Vows Accountability (Post, February 24, 2007, Page A01)
 
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