Lt. Gen. (Dr.) Eric B. Schoomaker, Army surgeon general
By Lt. Gen. (Dr.) Eric B. Schoomaker, Army surgeon general
November 19, 2008 1 / 1 WRAMC therapists help Sgt. 1st Class David Cook exercise his amputated leg. Cook was assigned to Headquarters, Operation Group, from Hohenfels, Germany, when he was injured in Iraq. VIEW ORIGINAL
We find that when we can create this tailored and comprehensive transition plan for the family and the Soldier to help them with the future and reorienting their efforts, we get the best outcomes for the Soldiers and their families.
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