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Shawn Forbes, IT1 E6, U.S. Navy, sits inside an Army medical helicopter while the U.S. flag is reflected in the helicopter's nose outside of Walter Reed Army Medical Center. The helicopter and flag were part of a static display for visitors at a ceremony to officially "case the colors" as a transition to medical services at Bethesda Naval Medical Center and Ft. Belvoir. The official close date of Walter Reed is Sept. 15. (Barbara L. Salisbury/The Washington Times)
Photo by: BARBARA L. SALISBURY
Shawn Forbes, IT1 E6, U.S. Navy, sits inside an Army medical helicopter while the U.S. flag is reflected in the helicopter's nose outside of Walter Reed Army Medical Center. The helicopter and flag were part of a static display for visitors at a ceremony to officially "case the colors" as a transition to medical services at Bethesda Naval Medical Center and Ft. Belvoir. The official close date of Walter Reed is Sept. 15. (Barbara L. Salisbury/The Washington Times)

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