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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.”

WOUNDED WARRIOR
Taniki Richard

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The Vital Role Of Veterans In The Workplace And How To Support Them

The Vital Role of Veterans in the Workplace and How to Support Them

Veterans served and sacrificed during their military careers to protect our freedom and keep us safe. When it's time to transition to civilian work, their next mission is often to find a job that is just as fulfilling. Employers nationwide can help by considering the immense value veterans bring to the workforce and creating hiring initiatives that position them for success. 

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Surviving Suicide And Creating Opportunity For Others

Surviving Suicide and Creating Opportunity for Others

Zach Tidwell was just 16 years old when he first reached out to a Marine Corps recruiter. There was no question about it: He knew he wanted to be a Marine. But since he had to wait until after high school to enlist, the first thing he did when he qualified was excitedly sign up for the Marine Corp’s Delayed Enlistment Program (DEP), designed for prospective enlistees and those waiting for their enlistment date, to participate in early training to prepare for immediate enlistment upon high school graduation.

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Wounded Warrior Project Explains Newly Signed Legislation For Easier Air Travel For Those With Disabilities

Wounded Warrior Project Explains Newly Signed Legislation for Easier Air Travel for Those with Disabilities

Air travel is inherently stressful: arriving hours early, navigating security lines and gate changes, handling delays and layovers, and even the fleeting thought of whether your baggage will make it to the correct destination. But imagine this anxiety compounded. What if you had to navigate security with a wheelchair, only to be forcibly removed from it by strangers and placed into an uncomfortable seat, all while fearing whether your wheelchair – your lifeline – will reach your destination in one piece?

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Marks Of Honor

Marks of Honor: Warrior Tattoos Tell Tales of the Past, Present, and Future

Tattoos in the military are not just ink on skin; they hold deep symbolism and connection to a rich history of service. U.S. soldiers began getting tattoos during the Civil War as a form of identification. The trend evolved over the decades as a way for military personnel to showcase their allegiance, achievements, and travels.

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Molding A Family Tradition

Molding a Family Tradition: Carry Forward 5K Mixes Fun, Fitness, and Veteran Support

Carry Forward is a powerful, one-of-a-kind experience that puts the WWP mission into motion and allows Americans to take meaningful action for wounded veterans. It’s a 5K, yes, but more importantly, it funds vital programs and services for veterans and creates an unforgettable day of community bonding and patriotic spirit.

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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.”

WOUNDED WARRIOR
Sean Karpf

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