New policies were announced Wednesday for the Navy medical facilities — after two staffers were blasted for posting images of themselves rudely posing with newborn babies. Navy Surgeon General Vice Admiral Forrest Faison is prohibiting the use of personal phones in patient care areas and mandating that all personnel at the facilities review the new...
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