Wounded Warriors, families deserve best care, Chiarelli says
from U.S. Department of Defense
The military has made great strides in warrior care over the past decade of war, but much work remains to be done, particularly when dealing with the invisible wounds of war, the Army vice chief of staff said. Speaking at the Warrior Transition Command's Warrior Care and Transition Program Training Conference in Orlando, Fla., Gen. Peter W. Chiarelli discussed the challenges posed by the complexity of today's war injuries and the initiatives in the works to improve care for troops and their families.
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