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FORT LEE, Va. (WTVR) – Congressman Randy Forbes visited Fort Lee Wednesday to helped raise awareness about blind workers.

The Republican representative visited Fort Lee's base supply store and met with employees and representatives from the Virginia Industries For the Blind.

Forbes' visit was to show his support for the work the base does to employ visually impaired, deaf and blind workers.

Additionally, the congressman explained his appreciation for the base supply store and all they do for men and women in uniform.