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Morning Notes

By Aaron Kraut

Thursday - 8/29/2013, 9:05am  ET

Flickr photo KLGreenNYC

Civilian Military Medical Workers Leave Because Of Spending Cuts, Furloughs — Almost 3,400 military medical workers quit for other jobs this year because of low morale and government furloughs. In the Army, one out of every 20 civilian medical doctors, nurses or other health workers left for other jobs. The furloughs hit Walter Reed Military Medical Center in Bethesda. [USA Today]

B-CC Football Has New Cast, But Same Playoff Attitude — The Barons football season made the playoffs the past two seasons, two of its three total playoff appearances in team history. [The Gazette]

MCFRS Gets International Accreditation — The Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service received one of the firefighting industry’s top honors earlier this month when it was re-accredited by the Commission on Fire Accreditation International. MCFRS is one of 186 agencies worldwide to be accredited and the only one in the D.C. area. [MCFRS]

Flickr photo by KLGreenNYC