Army secretary notes wounded warrior progress, challenges

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By Amaani Lyle
American Forces Press Service

Army Secretary John M. McHugh acknowledged the depth and breadth of wounded warrior issues during a panel discussion at the Reagan National Defense Forum in Simi Valley, Calif., Nov. 16.

Pentagon officials and stakeholders discussed the road ahead for military issues at the forum.

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