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Warrior Stories

Warriors: WWP wants to share your stories of empowerment and success. Reach out to our Public Relations team at: PublicRelations@woundedwarriorproject.org.

 

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...

In their own words, wounded veterans who participated in WWP's 2016 Jacksonville Soldier Ride shared their thanks with the generous donors whose giving allows WWP to honor and empower injured...

Anna shared her personal story of challenge and triumph with Wounded Warrior Project®. By Jodi Mohrmann - Managing Editor of special projects, News4Jax JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Their service doesn't...

Wounded warriors Dan Nevins and Nancy Beetstra share their impactful stories of post-battle success on The View for Veterans Day.

For U.S. Army veteran Demecia Rogers, the rough years began during her deployment to Iraq in 2003. They might very well have continued, had she not reached out to Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP)...

The shame and guilt that accompany suicidal thoughts can be overwhelming. “I spent a decade denying it to family, friends, doctors, and brothers and sisters in arms,” said Army veteran Josh...

For many, it was the first time they stepped out of their homes to engage with their communities. Trepidation swelled as injured warriors began to shuffle through a conference room door in St....

“I remember a day when I just stood there and stared at the sunset in the middle of Baghdad, and I was like ‘this is where I’m going to die, and there’s really nothing I can do about it.’”

In addition to displaying extraordinary valor in our nation's armed forces, warriors have passions and talents that many of us don't know about. Marine Sal Gonzalez certainly does and he unveiled...

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