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US Army's Top Hospital Faces Criticism over Maintenance


The U.S. Army's second in command says he is disappointed in the living conditions that wounded soldiers endure at the Army's main hospital for the wounded.

A newspaper investigation in Washington, D.C. revealed what it called neglect of the soldiers, and frustration among those soldiers and their families. The Army is promising action and some in Congress want an investigation. VOA's Jim Fry reports:

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