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Contractors meet and greet over new Fort Irwin hospital

Randi Elder, a project manager with the Los Angeles District’s Fort Irwin Office, (center, white sport coat) briefs potential offerers about the Fort Irwin Replacement Hospital during a site visit. The Barstow Area Chamber of Commerce, along with officials from the National Training Center, Fort Irwin and the District, held a daylong meet-and-greet and project overview for the Fort Irwin Replacement Hospital.



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This work, Contractors meet and greet over new Fort Irwin hospital [Image 2 of 2], by Brooks Hubbard IV, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:01.18.2012

Date Posted:02.06.2012 16:40

Photo ID:519879

VIRIN:120118-A-AB280-045

Resolution:1024x683

Size:473.13 KB

Location:FORT IRWIN, CA, USGlobe

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