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Search Tags: Walter Reed Army Medical Center
Luana Kiandoli looks back at her 30-year career with Walter Reed Army Medical Center.
The book is full of big, color photos of things that may seem strange to kids but are commonplace at Walter Reed, including wounded warriors wearing prosthetics and getting around in wheelchairs, as well as doctors and nurses in white coats and scrubs.
A program designed to help severely wounded veterans get life-long care isn't working the way it should.
Revised boundries for the Walter Reed campus have been announced.
The bullet that killed President Lincoln is one of many cool items on the move at the National Museum of Health and Medicine. NMHM's Tim Clarke gives us an update.
In the fall, it will be the end of an era when Walter Reed Army Medical Center closes its doors forever to wounded warriors.
Wheelchair-bound warriors know that playing basketball is "more tactics than physical ability." They competed this weekend at Walter Reed Army Medical Center.
The Wounded Warrior MENTOR may be asked for advice on anything from family relationships and financial matters, to services and benefits. Wounded Warrior Mentor Program volunteer Hank Kenny explains.
There are several do's and don'ts when sending holiday greetings to military servicemembers this time of year.
Santa is slated to travel through Frederick as part of the fifth annual "Operation Christmas Spirit: Believe in Santa Tour."