Tag Archives: neuropsychologist

Mitchell Center a one-of-kind Facility Devoted to POWs

By Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Matthew Clutter, Navy Medicine Operational Training Center Public Affairs Three men, all well into retirement, casually reminisce together one morning. From a distance, their talk would seem typical of men their age.  Get closer, though, and you realize that their conversation is anything but typical. They sit and laugh and toss stories back and forth …

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The Journey of a Navy Neuropsychologist

By Lt. Ana Soper, Ph.D, neuropsychologist, Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island Although the trail from civilian to Navy officer was not the trail I had planned to take, the experience of being new to the Navy has given me some of the most broadening and poignant moments of my life (e.g., hearing Old Glory read aloud for the first …

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