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U.S. Army Hospital Reported to Be in Poor Shape

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U.S. Army Hospital Reported to Be in Poor Shape

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U.S. Army Hospital Reported to Be in Poor Shape

U.S. Army Hospital Reported to Be in Poor Shape

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Conditions are bleak at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, which has been overrun with mentally and physically wounded soldiers returning from Iraq. Those are the findings of Washington Post investigative reporters Dana Priest and Anne Hull.

The pair spent four months working on their series "The Other Walter Reed." Robert Siegel talks with Priest and Hull.