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Michael Cumming served 12 years in active duty infantry in the Marine Corps, with deployments to Iraq. He faced PTSD...

Wounded warriors and their families have joined award-winning children’s book author Jesse Byrd...

On Dec. 18, Marine Corps veteran Guadalupe Hernandez began a 250-mile run from Dallas to Houston...

TAMPA, Fla. (Feb. 7, 2021) — James Martin didn’t flinch. When the coronavirus pandemic brought life to a screeching halt last year...

How does America’s first Black fighter pilot wind up fighting for the French in WWI and then returning home...

On a foggy February day in Florida, feelings of love and friendship filled the air as veteran couples fixated...

When you think of showing random acts of kindness to a veteran, the first thing that might occur is thanking them...

Having recently surpassed an extraordinary number of registrants served — more than 150,000 post-9/11...

The pandemic has affected us all in major, unpredictable ways. Combine that with some of the things wounded warriors...

We all have problems we struggle with daily: figuring out what’s for dinner, juggling family members’ schedules...

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (Feb. 1, 2021) — Completing one Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) Carry Forward® 5K wasn’t...

Applying for disability compensation benefits with the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) can be challenging...

In 2020, there were hard days followed by harder days for Christine Schei, caregiver to her son Erik. While deployed in Iraq...

With 2021 in full swing, many veterans are considering new goals, new wishes, and potentially new jobs...

With 2020 in everyone’s rearview mirror, many are ready to shed the pandemic blanket, jump off the couch and into a new year...

Brady Busby spent nine out of his 14 years of military service in combat-related deployments. The Army veteran...

As we move forward from the frenzy of the holidays, we find time to refresh and reset. This includes pausing to consider how...

NORAD tracks Santa. USAF photo by Staff Sgt. Alexandra M. Longfellow

North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) has a serious job protecting our skies and seas from enemy invasions. Working with other commands...

walk for wounded warriors - veteran marathon

Imagine walking a marathon, all 26.2 miles of it. Then add about eight more miles. And do that every day for five days in a row. That’s what retired Army...

In so many ways, this year has been different for Michael Purcell...

Thank you wholeheartedly to Wounded Warrior Project for all the phenomenal programs that contributed to me becoming a stronger mother, warrior, Army retiree, and the person that I am today...

We had enough sour moments in 2020, so it’s only natural to seek sweeter and cuddlier pursuits at year’s end...

Joy is not the same as happiness, according to a Yale University researcher. Joy is a purposeful choice to see beyond the circumstances, and it can be felt...

Air Force veteran Tom Marcum candidly admits that without help and support from Wounded Warrior Project...

2020 has felt like being in a time warp. The days have slowly inched along like melted wax dripping down a candle. But the year also gives us a sense of a candle extinguished too soon; how is it...

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