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On April 4-7, the nation's capital is the site of healing for wounded warriors as Washington, D.C. welcomes Wounded Warrior Project® Soldier Ride®. The cycling event is an opportunity...

When veterans return to civilian life after serving in the military, maintaining a nutritious lifestyle can be a challenge...

Washington, D.C. gave wounded veterans participating in Soldier Ride® D.C. a hero's welcome. Warriors in different stages of recovery cycled through the nation's capital to bond and heal. Wounded...

The entire Noah’s Ark roster was there: alligators, parrots, wolves,...

Professional ice hockey goalie helmet designs are the stuff of legends in the sports world.

Our nation’s warriors develop strong senses of purpose and camaraderie on the battlefield and can benefit immensely from the ability to continue giving back, sharing experiences, and deepening...

Generous donors from all walks of life and of all ages allow Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) to provide free, life-changing programs and services to injured...

Over the past several months, a groundswell of community support has drawn attention to veterans with so-called “bad paper discharge” and reinvigorated discussion about what benefits should be available to those whose service was determined to be less than honorable.

WWP Talk is a mental health support line that is an invaluable, non-clinical form of emotional support for warriors, family members, and caregivers.

Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) veterans recently gathered in Falls Church and discussed the benefits of WWP’s career counseling program.

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