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[[File:The WRAIR.jpg|thumb|320px|right|<center>The "Daniel Inouye Building", '''Walter Reed Army Institute of Research''', Silver Spring, Maryland, USA]]
 
[[File:The WRAIR.jpg|thumb|320px|right|<center>The "Daniel Inouye Building", '''Walter Reed Army Institute of Research''', Silver Spring, Maryland, USA]]
   
The '''Walter Reed Army Institute of Research''' ('''WRAIR''') is the largest biomedical research facility administered by the [[United States Department of Defense|U.S. Department of Defense]]. The institute is centered at the [[Forest Glen Annex]], part of the unincorporated Silver Spring urban area in Maryland just north of [[Washington, DC]], but it is a subordinate unit of the [[United States Army Medical Research and Materiel Command|U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command]] (USAMRMC), headquartered at nearby [[Fort Detrick]], Maryland. At [[Forest Glen, Maryland|Forest Glen]], the WRAIR has shared a large, modern laboratory and administrative facility — the Sen [[Daniel K. Inouye]] Building, also known as Building 503 — with the [[Naval Medical Research Center]] since 1999.
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The '''Walter Reed Army Institute of Research''' ('''WRAIR''') is the largest biomedical research facility administered by the [[United States Department of Defense|U.S. Department of Defense]]. The institute is centered at the [[Forest Glen Annex]], part of the unincorporated Silver Spring urban area in [[Maryland]] just north of [[Washington, DC]], but it is a subordinate unit of the [[United States Army Medical Research and Materiel Command|U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command]] (USAMRMC), headquartered at nearby [[Fort Detrick]], Maryland. At [[Forest Glen, Maryland|Forest Glen]], the WRAIR has shared a large, modern laboratory and administrative facility — the Sen [[Daniel K. Inouye]] Building, also known as Building 503 — with the [[Naval Medical Research Center]] since 1999.
   
 
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