May 2007
Soldiers;May2007, Vol. 62 Issue 5, p32
The article reports on the new 24-hour Wounded Soldier and Family Hotline of the U.S. Army. It notes that the hotline's call center offers wounded and injured soldiers and their family members a way to seek help to resolve medical issues. The hotline also transmits soldiers' medical-related concerns directly to senior Army leaders.


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