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Military Times coverage of the controversy at Walter Reed

Mar. 4, 2007 - 12:54PM   |   Last Updated: Mar. 4, 2007 - 12:54PM  |  
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Francis Harvey, caught under the giant shadow cast by the controversy over outpatient care at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, resigned today as secretary of the Army, Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates announced Friday afternoon at the Pentagon.

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Francis Harvey, caught under the giant shadow cast by the controversy over outpatient care at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, resigned today as secretary of the Army, Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates announced Friday afternoon at the Pentagon.

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http://www.militarytimes.com/news/2007/03/TNSwalterreed070305/">Injured troops describe woes at Reed hearing (March 5)

Army leaders pass around the blame (March 5)

Bush: Panel will study DoD, VA health care (March 3)

Official: Gates fired Army Secretary (March 2)

Editorial: Who's to blame for Walter Reed (March 2)

Democrats say Harvey's ouster isn't enough (March 2)

Walter Reed topic of five hearings next week (March 2)

Maj. Gen. Eric Schoomaker named new Walter Reed head (March 2)

Committee subpoenas former Walter Reed chief (March 2)

Walter Reed chief fired; critics say more must go (March 2)

Army denies patients face daily inspections (Feb. 28)

Walter Reed patients told to keep quiet (Feb. 27)

Walter Reed soldier wins small victory (Feb. 27)

Gates' candor on hospital woes lauded (Feb. 27)

Pentagon names members of Walter Reed panel (Feb. 23)

http://www.armytimes.com/news/2007/02/TNSmedholdmoney070222/">Critics say the Army holds down disability ratings (Feb. 22)

Renovations underway at Walter Reed (Feb. 22)

Wounded and waiting (Feb. 17)

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