Army Secretary visits Fort Belvoir Community Hospital

By U.S. ArmyApril 14, 2011

FORT BELVOIR, Va. -- Secretary of the Army John McHugh (center left) walks out of the Fort Belvoir Community Hospital Meadows Pavilion along with Col. Susan Annicelli (center right), commander of DeWitt Army Community Hospital, and other U.S. Army and Defense Department officials, April 13, 2011. The secretary visited the site of the new $1 billion hospital, as well as a new wounded warrior facility and DeWitt, for a firsthand look at facilities which will provide care for wounded warriors here. (U.S. Army photo by Marc Barnes)
1 / 2 Show Caption + Hide Caption – FORT BELVOIR, Va. -- Secretary of the Army John McHugh (center left) walks out of the Fort Belvoir Community Hospital Meadows Pavilion along with Col. Susan Annicelli (center right), commander of DeWitt Army Community Hospital, and other U.S. Army and Defense Department officials, April 13, 2011. The secretary visited the site of the new $1 billion hospital, as well as a new wounded warrior facility and DeWitt, for a firsthand look at facilities which will provide care for wounded warriors here. (U.S. Army photo by Marc Barnes) (Photo Credit: Mr. Marc Barnes (Army Medicine)) VIEW ORIGINAL
FORT BELVOIR, Va. -- Secretary of the Army John McHugh (left) greets Col. Dave Anderson, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Baltimore District commander, at a wounded warrior complex project site here, April 13, 2011. Looking on is Col. John Strycula, Fort Belvoir garrison commander. The secretary visited the site of the wounded warrior complex, as well as the new $1 billion Fort Belvoir Community Hospital, and DeWitt Army Community Hospital for a firsthand look at facilities which will provide care for wounded warriors here. (U.S. Army photo by Marc Barnes)
2 / 2 Show Caption + Hide Caption – FORT BELVOIR, Va. -- Secretary of the Army John McHugh (left) greets Col. Dave Anderson, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Baltimore District commander, at a wounded warrior complex project site here, April 13, 2011. Looking on is Col. John Strycula, Fort Belvoir garrison commander. The secretary visited the site of the wounded warrior complex, as well as the new $1 billion Fort Belvoir Community Hospital, and DeWitt Army Community Hospital for a firsthand look at facilities which will provide care for wounded warriors here. (U.S. Army photo by Marc Barnes) (Photo Credit: Mr. Marc Barnes (Army Medicine)) VIEW ORIGINAL