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Petty Officer 2nd Class James Jenkins (left), 28, from Lees Summit, Miss., a corpsman with 1st Marine Logistics Group (Forward) who helps run the Wounded Warrior Facility, jots down appointments during a meeting in the Wounded Warrior lounge at Camp Leatherneck, Afghanistan, July 12. The Wounded Warrior facility, comprised of several large berthing tents and a lounge located just 50-feet from the medical clinic, allows corpsmen to monitor outpatient care for service members with minor war wounds so they can heal and get back to their units. Of the nearly 250 injured service members who have passed through Wounded Warrior, more than 80 percent of them have returned to their units. Due to its success, plans are underway to build a similar facility at nearby Forward Operating Base Dwyer. - Petty Officer 2nd Class James Jenkins (left), 28, from Lees Summit, Miss., a corpsman with 1st Marine Logistics Group (Forward) who helps run the Wounded Warrior Facility, jots down appointments during a meeting in the Wounded Warrior lounge at Camp Leatherneck, Afghanistan, July 12. The Wounded Warrior facility, comprised of several large berthing tents and a lounge located just 50-feet from the medical clinic, allows corpsmen to monitor outpatient care for service members with minor war wounds so they can heal and get back to their units. Of the nearly 250 injured service members who have passed through Wounded Warrior, more than 80 percent of them have returned to their units. Due to its success, plans are underway to build a similar facility at nearby Forward Operating Base Dwyer.

Petty Officer 2nd Class James Jenkins (left), 28, from Lees Summit, Miss., a corpsman with 1st Marine Logistics Group (Forward) who helps run the Wounded Warrior Facility, jots down appointments during a meeting in the Wounded Warrior lounge at Camp Leatherneck, Afghanistan, July 12. The Wounded Warrior facility, comprised of several large berthing tents and a lounge located just 50-feet from the medical clinic, allows corpsmen to monitor outpatient care for service members with minor war wounds so they can heal and get back to their units. Of the nearly 250 injured service members who have passed through Wounded Warrior, more than 80 percent of them have returned to their units. Due to its success, plans are underway to build a similar facility at nearby Forward Operating Base Dwyer. - Petty Officer 2nd Class James Jenkins (left), 28, from Lees Summit, Miss., a corpsman with 1st Marine Logistics Group (Forward) who helps run the Wounded Warrior Facility, jots down appointments during a meeting in the Wounded Warrior lounge at Camp Leatherneck, Afghanistan, July 12. The Wounded Warrior facility, comprised of several large berthing tents and a lounge located just 50-feet from the medical clinic, allows corpsmen to monitor outpatient care for service members with minor war wounds so they can heal and get back to their units. Of the nearly 250 injured service members who have passed through Wounded Warrior, more than 80 percent of them have returned to their units. Due to its success, plans are underway to build a similar facility at nearby Forward Operating Base Dwyer.

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