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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...

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.

Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) invited a group of warriors and their guests to face this very predicament when they connected at a recent couples painting date night – with ’80s classics.

Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) just registered warrior 100,000, but an estimated 800,000 wounded veterans of this generation are still not signed up for WWP’s life-saving services.

It may be too early for the Lambeau Leap, but any time is good to thank wounded warriors for their service and sacrifice. The Green Bay Packers did just that when a group of Wounded Warrior...

Wounded Warrior Project® works individually with warriors to understand their unique needs, provide education on the claims process, advise them of benefit options, file benefit claims, and help...

Soldier Ride events are carefully planned to ensure warriors are accommodated no matter where they are in their recoveries from visible and invisible wounds. By James Herrera – Physical Health...

The onset of spring brings a tradition to remove the junk from your home. By now you’ve probably taken down...

Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) veterans recently gathered for dinner and discussed the civilian career world with members of WWP’s Warriors to Work®...

WWP’s physical health and wellness programs challenge warriors physically and provide opportunities to learn more about fundamental health topics like workout techniques and nutrition. PHOENIX,...

Pop/rock duo BREAKERBOX recently announced its support for Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) with the release of a tribute music video featuring its new single "Miss You."

Wounded veterans unite in Dallas for the healing and bonding offered by Soldier Ride®.

Every day, our servicewomen and our military take giant leaps forward that pave the path for our next generation of heroes. By Jennifer Silva, Wounded Warrior Project® Chief Programs Officer...

Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) reached a milestone by registering our 100,000th post-9/11 injured veteran.

Passionate supporters of our nation's wounded veterans can show their appreciation with any sport. These Baltimore youth chose hockey to support Wounded Warrior Project®.

Every day, more than 500 U.S. servicemen and women leave the military and...

Today, apparently, is National Napping Day. A Google search will tell you this holiday is observed annually the day following the return of daylight saving...

Wounded Warrior Project Counts Up to Serving 100,000 Warriors John Jacobson signed up for Wounded Warrior Project® to be part of an organization that honors and empowers Wounded Warriors....

Marquita Pate first learned of Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) while waiting to leave the military because of...

Jeremy Franklin’s recovery with Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) started long before he retired from...

Organization Counts Up to Serving 100,000 Warriors Warrior Dan Schnock says warrior connection was what drove him to serve with Wounded Warrior Project®: “I was immediately connected to all the...

Wounded Warrior Project Counts Up to Serving 100,000 Warriors Warrior Brian Neuman found a new purpose through Wounded Warrior Project®: “I recognized everyone at Wounded Warrior Project lived...

In 2017 Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) plans to target key issues in Congress that will protect seriously injured veterans from financial burdens, extend a program serving warriors with traumatic brain injuries, and improve appeals processes for veteran benefits.

By James Herrera – Physical Health and Wellness Director, Wounded Warrior Project When veterans return to civilian life after serving in the military, staying active and healthy can be a...

There are a million reasons why someone can’t do something. Healthy living is an area where many struggle with making excuses – whether they are civilians or warriors served by Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP).

Because no one is ever too old for Skee-Ball, Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) veterans and family members recently spent a day bonding at Billy Bob’s...

Since its founding in 2003, Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) has prided itself on providing free life-changing programs and services to injured veterans, their...

Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) prides itself on providing free life-changing programs and services to injured veterans, their caregivers, and family members....

Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) Soldier Ride® recently rolled through Tampa, where a group of veterans enjoyed riding 36 miles alongside their fellow warriors.

Alcott Elementary School students in seven grade levels spent weeks saving their pennies and allowances for a special school fundraiser known as “Penny...

Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) is sharing three tips to help us all get over the stigma surrounding veterans’ mental health.

By Michael Loubert - Warriors to Work Regional Director, Wounded Warrior Project Getting a resume ready for an employer to review is one of the most important steps when job hunting. For some,...

Warriors share what they want you to know about post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

When veterans return to civilian life after serving in the military, finding work is often a challenge. However,...

When Bradley Thomas joined the military, he knew he was in it for the long haul. So when an improvised explosive device (IED) put an end to his career, he said he was not quite ready for the...

Being casualties of history does not make acts less heroic or service less selfless. Wounded Warrior Project® closes this Black History Month by saluting...

This Black History Month, Wounded Warrior Project salutes hidden figures in the United States military. This installment honors a collection of special women who have changed the face of...

Just in time for this year’s Soldier Ride® Tampa, President George W. Bush took some time to stop by Tampa's MacDill Air Force Base to honor veterans. His new book, Portraits of Courage,...

This Black History Month, Wounded Warrior Project salutes hidden figures in the United States military. This installment honors the Army’s Lt. Col. Harriet West Waddy. “As an African-American...

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (Feb. 27, 2017) – Injured veterans explored the final frontier during a recent Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) gathering at the Challenger Learning Center. As they worked...

This Black History Month, Wounded Warrior Project salutes hidden figures in the United States military. This installment honors the Army’s 6888th Central Postal Directory Battalion. “The unit...

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