New Jersey Bids Farewell to Army Doctors Who Helped Amid Pandemic
A troop of brave Army doctors, who spent time in the Garden State to assist with the coronavirus outbreak, are finally heading back to their posts.
The University Hospital in Newark said goodbye to the service men and women who put their own health at risk caring for patients afflicted with COVID-19.
U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Brandon Banzhaf snapped this photo below, that was posted to the NJ.com Instagram page.
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The University Hospital in Newark says goodbye to the Army docs who came to provide extra help and support to coronavirus patients. These brave men and women deserve a HUGE thank you for all of the help they've brought in this unprecedented time. 🇺🇸🙏 📸: U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Brandon Banzhaf _ #army #newark #newjersey #nj #jersey #coronavirus
Still wearing masks along with their fatigues, the doctors were given a fitting farewell as they exited the hospital. Hopefully, they'll get some much needed rest themselves.
On this Memorial Day Weekend, no 'thanks' will ever be enough to our Army members, and everyone who has served or still serves in the military. You have our deepest gratitude. Thank you for your sacrifice.
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