Reporters Who Broke Story on Conditions at Walter Reed

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After a series of articles in The Washington Post, Walter Reed Army Medical Center has been exposed as a facility that left veterans of war stranded in dilapidated housing and bureaucratic red tape. The two Washington Post reporters who broke the story discuss the latest developments.


Anne Hull, Washington Post national enterprise reporter

Dana Priest, Washington Post national security reporter



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