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  • WALTER REED HOSPITAL, WEEK 19: MEGAFREEP TROUNCES CODE PINK. AUG 26 (Many photos) – Join Us Sept. 2!

    08/30/2005 4:04:37 PM PDT · by Albion Wilde · 238 replies · 14,516+ views
    Free Republic DC Chapter | August 30, 2005 | <b>By Albion Wilde, with photos by Gadsdenman and TgslTakoma</b>
    WASHINGTON, DC, 8/26/05 – They are tall and muscular, with tanned arms bare to the shoulders. Their black leather vests are encrusted with insignia from their exploits, in the military and on motorcycles. Virile men with long gray hair and weathered skin, they are ageless bad boys with cordially menacing attitudes. They are bikers, and not just any bikers; they are three of the five board members of DC’s Rolling Thunder Motorcycle Rally and Thunder buddies from North Carolina, and they have just arrived, with heart-stopping engine roars and banshee brake stops, in a hospital zone. They have come to...
  • ANTI-WAR PROTESTERS TARGET WOUNDED AT ARMY HOSPITAL

    08/24/2005 6:23:31 PM PDT · by jdm · 534 replies · 13,720+ views
    The Drudge Report ^ | August 24, 2005 | Matt Drudge
    <p>Anti-war protestors besieged wounded and disabled soldiers at Walter Reed Hospital in Washington, D.C, a new web report will claim that!</p> <p>CNSNews.com is planning to run an expose featuring interviews with both protestors and veterans, as well as shots of protest signs with slogans like “Maimed for a Lie.”</p>
  • Plan would close venerable Army hospital - Walter Reed Medical Center

    05/13/2005 6:15:41 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 50 replies · 1,993+ views
    Monterey Herald ^ | 5/13/05 | Robert Burns - AP
    WASHINGTON - The Pentagon wants to close the Army's century-old hospital at Walter Reed Medical Center, the world-renowned facility in the nation's capital that has treated presidents and foreign leaders as well as soldiers and veterans. The proposal is part of a broad reordering of the military's system for medical education, research and care, which the Pentagon says suffers from a mismatch of needs and resources. Inpatient services would be curtailed at some military bases, and some facilities would be consolidated. Under the plan, the shuttering of Walter Reed would involve moving some of its staff and services to an...