Byline: Anne Hull, Dana Priest; 2007-03-01; The Washington Post; pages A1
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"A procession of Pentagon and Walter Reed officials expressed surprise last week about the living conditions and bureaucratic nightmares faced by wounded soldiers staying at the D.C. medical facility. But as far back as 2003, the commander of Walter Reed, Lt. Gen. Kevin C. Kiley, who is now the Army's top medical officer, was told that soldiers who were wounded in Iraq and Afghanistan were languishing and lost on the grounds, according to interviews."
Description:A retrospective article revealing that top Walter Reed officials had ignored complaints about the conditions outpatient facility for years before they were revealed by The Washington Post's investigative stories.
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