Byline: Steve Vogel; 2007-02-23; The Washington Post; pages A3Article Links
". . . While acknowledging 'pretty distressing' conditions in some rooms at Building 18, Kiley said the problems were neither widespread nor symptoms of a system that allows soldiers to languish. The building is not 'emblematic of a process of Walter Reed that has abandoned soldiers and their families,' said Kiley, who was commander at the hospital before becoming surgeon general in 2004 . . ."
Description:This article is about the Army Surgeon General t. Gen. Kevin C. Kiley's reaction to The Washington Post's Walter Reed coverage.
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