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Army Improves Care for Injured, Study Says

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Army Improves Care for Injured, Study Says

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Army Improves Care for Injured, Study Says

Army Improves Care for Injured, Study Says

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One year ago this month, a series of articles in the Washington Post exposed squalid living conditions and poor care for some soldiers at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center. A new report by the Government Accountability Office says the Army is now doing many things well — but it may not be able to keep up with the growing number of injured soldiers.