Fort Stewart military leaders in charge of wounded warriors’ medical care say the Army’s health-care system isn’t perfect, but improvements are being made.
"We don’t always get it right," Winn Army Community Hospital Commander Col. Paul R. Cordts admitted.
However, Cordts and Warrior Transition Battalion Commander Lt. Col. Bill Reitemeyer said they are always looking for innovative programs to help wounded warriors heal physically, mentally and spiritually.
"I’m willing to do anything to make their lives better," Reitemeyer said, citing the newly implemented paws-4-vets program.
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