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“If you want to come up here, bring a positive attitude and a peaceful mindset.” – United States Army veteran and wounded warrior Chris Turley A 250-mile trek. On foot. Army veteran Chris...

Recently, WWP CEO Mike Linnington stopped by Orlando's WDBO to talk about family, holiday fun, an unlucky Philadelphia Eagles team, and -- just in time for Thanksgiving -- his gratitude for the...

WWP Alumni manager Tim Coop spoke to WSIL 3 News (Southern Illinois) about why activities like the Grassy Lake Duck Hunt are so important for helping wounded warriors connect and heal.

More than 130 injured veterans and family members had a frighteningly good time with Wounded Warrior Project®

"Walking Dead" actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan -- who portrays supervillain "Negan" -- passionately supports WWP's mission to honor and empower Wounded Warriors. Recently, he stopped by the Howard Stern...

When transitioning back to civilian life, veterans often face new battles. By supporting the Wounded Warrior Project, you can help empower injured services members as they transition back to...

For many wounded warriors, mentorship doesn't stop with their fellow injured veterans. These combat veterans also find purpose in using their military training and leadership skills to help...

Age Ain't Nothing But A Number: Student Ambassadors Are Passionate About WWP's Mission Want to root for the home team? Students of all ages have an opportunity to show team spirit for the greatest...

Few things are more powerful than sincere gratitude. A simple "thank you" can go a long way to mending fences, making connections-- and showing the bravest among us that they are not forgotten....

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (Nov. 14, 2016) – Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) welcomes to its board of directors four new members with the appointments of Lt. Gen. (ret) Richard Tryon, the Honorable Juan...