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Warrior Care

DOD has no higher priority than caring for wounded, ill and injured service members and the caregivers who support them.

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  • Link to Video: Warrior Care: Healing Through Art Retired U.S. Air Force Maj. Robert Scoggins describes his experience using art to recover from PTSD and a traumatic brain ...

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  • Link to Video: Road to the 2023 Warrior Games Challenge Wounded, ill and injured service members and veterans have trained and competed across all branches in an effort to ...

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  • Link to Video: Picture of Coach Patrick Johnson Meet Coach Patrick Johnson, a veteran of the U.S. Navy who medically retired 13 years ago. Today he helps run Walter Reed ...

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  • Link to Video: Spc. Ezra Maes A year after his tank accident and the loss of his leg, Spc. Ezra Maes is still amazed at the circumstances that led to ...

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  • Link to Video: Image of MHS Minute Carousel During Warrior Care Month, we reflect on the strength and resilience of our nation's wounded, ill, and injured service ...

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  • Link to Video: Map of the United States of America Air Force Captain Chris Cochran speaks about how the Air Force Wounded Warrior (AFW2) program rekindled his passion for ...

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Last Updated: October 12, 2023
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