Despite uproar, officials say all well at WTU
At a recent gathering in a small auditorium at Fort Lee, Va., wounded soldiers listened as everyone in their chain of command up to a full colonel reassured them that life in the post's Warrior Transition Unit ...
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#1 Jan 15, 2009
I believe this reporter did not check all her facts before submission,because if she did she would not have a real story to tell.All that you see and hear is not the WHOLE story.It's hard to believe that these few soldier and spouse was so dissatisfied with the unit that they opted to stay in the unit? It's funny that there were no other soldiers interviewed who would shed a more positive light on how the unit was really helping them!I know these people that work in this unit and they are all dedicated men and women.They like what they do for these soldiers and are not really thanked enough for the hours they put in on daily basis.Just ask yourself and read between the lines,could all this be the truth?
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