U.S. Army veteran Kenneth Chavis undergoes a glaucoma examination at the Fayetteville Veterans Affairs Medical Center. The Fayetteville VA hopes to celebrate its 75th anniversary this fall with the opening of a new outpatient health care center that could ease chronic delays.
U.S. Army veteran Kenneth Chavis undergoes a glaucoma examination at the Fayetteville Veterans Affairs Medical Center. The Fayetteville VA hopes to celebrate its 75th anniversary this fall with the opening of a new outpatient health care center that could ease chronic delays. Patrick Semansky AP
U.S. Army veteran Kenneth Chavis undergoes a glaucoma examination at the Fayetteville Veterans Affairs Medical Center. The Fayetteville VA hopes to celebrate its 75th anniversary this fall with the opening of a new outpatient health care center that could ease chronic delays. Patrick Semansky AP

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