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Wounded warrior Taniki Richard.

“If I can be a part of an organization that helps people heal and find peace, then the end of my service is not the end. I’m just serving in a new way now.”

Taniki Richard


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Veteran Cultivates Creativity To Address PTSD Symptoms

Veteran Cultivates Creativity to Address PTSD Symptoms

When Air Force veteran Tim McDonough grabs his special bonsai tree scissors, his mind zeros in on the little branches of the plant he’s about to trim. In the kitchen, the rush of incoming orders leaves no room for intrusive thoughts. Both of these creative outlets offer Tim a retreat from the turmoil he experienced during and after his military service.

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Registering With Wounded Warrior Project

Myths Busted: Registering With Wounded Warrior Project

Have you ever wondered if you or a loved one is eligible to register for WWP's free programs and services? Or have you ever been confused about the registration process? It’s time we address these misunderstandings and refute the myths and misconceptions.

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The Senator Elizabeth Dole 21st Century Veterans Healthcare and Benefits Improvement Act

The Senator Elizabeth Dole 21st Century Veterans Healthcare and Benefits Improvement Act is an omnibus veterans bill, meaning it contains a series of proposals focused on veterans. Many of the key sections in the bill were previously introduced in Congress, such as the similarly named Elizabeth Dole Home Care Act but are now combined under this one comprehensive bill.

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From Marine To Musician

From Marine to Musician: Finding Harmony with the Past

Music has always been a part of Sal Gonzalez’s life. His father gave him his first guitar for his 12th birthday. He loved plucking the strings and writing melodies. Despite describing himself as someone with low self-esteem, Sal loved putting on shows for his family.

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The Final Mission And An Extra Mile

The Final Mission and an Extra Mile

Navy SEAL Chris Campbell only ever knew one calling – to help others. But on Aug. 6, 2011, after nearly 15 years of service, Chris made the ultimate sacrifice in a helicopter crash in the Afghanistan desert alongside many other SEALs and service members. The call of the crash was heard across the United States, reaching news outlets coast to coast, but none heard it louder than the families of those lost. Especially Chris’ big sister, Cindy.

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Wounded warrior Sean Karpf wearing a red WWP polo and smiling.

“Wounded Warrior Project doesn’t just help with one aspect of a Warrior’s life; it’s very well rounded. It’s not just handing out money. They are a hand up, not a handout.”

Sean Karpf


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