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As ordinary citizens in today’s world, we sometimes find it difficult to take the time to eat healthy meals and maintain active lifestyles. We are quick to jump into the most popular diet trends...

Wounded Warrior Project headquarters hosted Soldier Ride recently, giving warriors from all over the East coast a chance to enjoy three days of adaptive, rehabilitative cycling...

Clinton McDonald, a Tampa Bay Buccaneer defense tackle, partnered with USAA to give a WWP warrior the experience of a life-time...

Life in America after the Civil War was new and challenging for all, but especially for black men and women as they became familiar with their newfound status and freedom as citizens. The 14th...

Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) encourages you to enjoy National Pizza Day on Feb. 9, but try to be selective about your toppings.

Over 40 wounded veterans attended and enjoyed flag football, a barbecue lunch, and a chance to interact with former and current NFL stars.

Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) encourages healthy eating for everyone’s well-being. We also believe in celebrating the Big Game in style with friends, family, and plenty of delicious football game eats.

Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) added a career soldier and leader to its Board of Directors with the unanimous election of Command Sgt. Maj. (Ret.) Alonzo Smith.

Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) steps into its 15th year grateful for the opportunity to continue serving more than 135,000 injured veterans, their family members, and caregivers.

Army veteran James Webb writes about the anguish warriors endure, including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), when returning from war. His book (working title “Tom’s Revenge”) addresses the physical and mental health issues veterans faced in a post-American Civil War world.

Over the course of the year, several wounded warriors shared what their Soldier Ride experiences in 2017 meant to them...

Since its inception in 1901, nearly 900 people across the world have been awarded the Nobel Prize. In honor of Nobel Prize Day, Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) salutes veterans who have made...

The Schei family, served by Wounded Warrior Project, recently got a major overhaul of their residence to better help seriously wounded Army veteran Erik Schei move around his home.

If you spent the last month scratching the unfamiliar fur on your face, congratulations, you made it through No-shave November.

At age 83, Paris-born Bernard Darty feels fortunate to enjoy time with his family and spend winters in Miami Beachnearly three-quarters of a century after escaping Nazi invaders in France as a...

For the past eight years, Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) has surveyed wounded veterans registered with the organization. The annual polling represents the largest and most comprehensive annual...

El Huracán María llegó a tierra en Puerto Rico en la mañana del miércoles 20 de septiembre. La poderosa tormenta...

Hurricane Maria roared ashore in Puerto Rico on the morning of Wednesday, Sept. 20. The powerful storm packed sustained winds of more than 150 mph, whipping through an island nation already...

There’s a lot of resources that go into serving over 100,000 wounded warriors, their family members, and caregivers, and there are many ways to get involved.

After four surgeries, eight months of grueling rehab, and 25 years of service to our country, Claude Boushey continues his service by supporting injured veterans through Wounded Warrior Project's...

Musician Connor McDermott put his gifts to work for a music video tribute to America’s service members.

Dogs are well-known as “man’s best friend,” but for some of America’s service members, the bond goes much deeper.

TORONTO, Sept. 28, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Adam Faine leaned forward, legs churning, powering through the last few meters through Toronto's High Park. His efforts in pursuit of two other...

Practical skills become important at this point in your life, like building a resume with extracurriculars that help you stand above the sea of other young adults making their way into the workforce. WWP has a program that can help you develop some of these skills firsthand.

Cheryl Pfeiffer was a small child when she said she first witnessed true heroism.

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