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Transitioning from military to civilian life is a journey, and that journey is different for every veteran. We offer a wide range of free programs and services to support you no matter what your journey looks like.


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Wounded Warrior



Wounded Warrior Project Launches 5K Series To Empower Veterans

JACKSONVILLE, Fla., May 15, 2018 -- Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) is excited to announce the launch of its Carry Forward™ 5K series to engage supporters nationwide. Supporters in multiple cities can get involved, connect with local warriors, and raise support to help injured veterans become empowered, employed, and engaged in our communities. Carry Forward will challenge individuals and squads to test their strength and stamina with three levels of participation.

  • FLAG: Show your patriotism and support of warriors everywhere by carrying a flag throughout the route.
  • FITNESS: Push yourself and show your commitment by carrying a 1- to 100-pound weight as you run or walk.
  • FIERCE: The ultimate challenge for the ultimate supporter – carry one another. As our warriors have carried us, we will carry them.

Female Warriors Strengthened Through Vinyasa Yoga Dance Class

ATLANTA, May 15, 2018 -- Yoga instructors encouraged injured veterans and their family members to increase their metabolisms, gain strength, and increase flexibility through a Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) ladies-only yoga dance class.

Vinyasa yoga combines elements of power yoga, fitness, dance, and meditation. The class practiced long-held poses and deep breathing techniques while grooving to upbeat popular songs. This style of strength training yoga taught warriors liberating and exciting ways to use these techniques as part of their recoveries.

"I was always interested in taking yoga, but the idea of adding dance music seemed more exciting," said Army veteran Beverly Townes from Snellville, Georgia. "I thoroughly enjoyed the event even though some of the moves were a little challenging, but the staff provided alternate moves and positions for those of us who were unable to do the regular positions."


Veterans Charity Helps Warriors Connect With Families At Science Museum

OAKDALE, Conn., May 9, 2018 -- Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) invited injured veterans and their guests to explore more than 165 thrilling, hands-on exhibits at the Connecticut Science Center. The exhibits brought out the kid in everyone by encouraging them to build, design, learn, and race.

"As a mother of four small children, a caregiver to my husband who is a combat Army veteran, and being an Army veteran myself, I find peace and joy is spending time with our children," said Caleb Texidor. "I find education very important, above all. The event stood out to me because it gave our children the chance to learn, be active, and exercise their minds." 


Warriors Enhance Strength And Endurance With Veterans Charity

LAS VEGAS, May 7, 2018 -- Injured veterans experienced a sample of the intense workout athletes go through on the hit television show "American Ninja Warrior," during a Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) connection event.

Professional coaches gave warriors empowering training tips and advice as they tackled challenging obstacles.

"I'm always seeking ways and opportunities to maintain and improve my physical fitness," said Air Force veteran Paul Schulz. "This was a great experience to improve on teamwork skills and build on relationships with other veterans. Also, I'm a big fan of 'American Ninja Warrior' and its unique challenges."


Injured Veterans Connect During Zip Line Adventure In Mojave Desert

BOULDER CITY, Nev., May 2, 2018 -- After enjoying majestic views of the Mojave Desert from Bootleg Canyon, injured veterans launched themselves down the first of four zip line courses, covering 1.5 miles, during a recent Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) connection event. 

Veterans tapped into the healing powers of nature and physical activity while flying high above the desert, taking in views of Lake Mead, Eldorado Canyon, Red Rock Canyon, and the Las Vegas Strip.

"I signed up for this event to share an adventure with fellow veterans in the Las Vegas area," said Army veteran John Heintzelman. "We all love hanging with other veterans, being adventurous, or just relaxing. My favorite part of this awesome event was the camaraderie and the local desert scenery."


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