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Search Tags: Walter Reed Army Medical Center
Fort Detrick and Maryland's other military installations are faring well despite the economic recession and a national effort to shrink the size of the military, according to two speakers at Thursday night's Fort Detrick Alliance Annual Sponsors Appreciation Dinner.
The Tysons Sport & Health club was full of people helping out wounded warriors by working up a good sweat.
With the Walter Reed Army Medical Center set to close in less than a year, DC officials are unveiling their plans to redevelop a 62-acre portion of the hospital grounds into a neighborhood with new homes, shopping, green space and schools.
In May, two parcels of radioactive material were left under the counter of the hospital's main lobby for 44 hours until they were given to the proper recipient.
This Memorial Day, some of the area's wounded soldiers will have a whole new way to connect with their families - through laptops.
A filmmaker with roots in the D.C. area is bringing his documentary to Walter Reed, with the hopes of inspiring wounded warriors with a story about beating the odds.