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Veterans know the combination of dining out and reduced physical activity can be bad for the waistline as they transition back to civilian life. But that doesn’t mean eliminating date night.

Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) is fortunate to have supporters who show their love for wounded veterans with various creative, heartfelt tributes.

"I wrote this song from the point of view of a soldier going to war and how much they miss their family, but they won't give up," said middle schooler Kendall Clausen.

Visiting the White House was only part of the Washington, DC Soldier Ride, though it maintained a proud tradition among United States presidents that began in 2008 with President George W. Bush...

Carried off the battlefield with injuries, many warriors’ service ends when their minds and bodies are rendered unfit – no longer a dependable asset for other service members who complete the...

Hundreds of veterans and supporters crossed home plate at JetBlue Park in Fort Myers, finishing a run that raises awareness and funds for the mental health...

“The Courage Awards & Benefit Dinner is only possible because of the profound commitment of our generous...

Backpacking in the wilderness and maintaining your bicycle are activities that require a certain level of preparation and technique.

Unique ways to get moving and stay in shape might not always come naturally. But at a recent Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) physical health and wellness event, warriors used a workout tool familiar to many in the military: sandbags.

Veterans Tour ‘Frozen Tundra,’ Home of the Green Bay Packers The tour of Lambeau Field got wounded veterans out of the house and engaged with fellow warriors, limiting the common struggle of...

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