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    Wounded Warriors Pump It Up With A Dumbbell And Kettlebell Clinic

    SAN DIEGO, Jan. 22, 2018 -- At a Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) dumbbell and kettlebell lifting clinic, injured veterans and their families learned how to use minimal equipment to create a well-rounded workout.

    WWP Physical Health and Wellness events connect warriors with training, skills, and techniques that empower them to reduce stress, combat depression, and live an overall healthy and active lifestyle.

    "It was more strenuous than anticipated, but everyone encouraged each other," said Army veteran Christopher Kojima. "The instructor was excellent and walked everyone through the movements properly. He adjusted to everyone's needs quickly. I certainly plan to use these skills again and get more exercise."

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    Wounded Warrior Wellness Telethon Bolsters Veteran Support

    JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Jan. 19, 2018 -- In an effort to combat what can be an emotionally difficult holiday season, Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) dedicated five days to a Warrior Wellness Telethon, reaching nearly 800 injured veterans and caregivers. The week-long endeavor was an extension of Operation Outreach, a unique WWP program involving every teammate – including WWP CEO Lt. Gen. (Ret.) Mike Linnington.

    Through Operation Outreach, WWP teammates regularly check in with registered wounded warriors, family members, and caregivers through wellness calls during their birth months. This form of support ensures they have everything they need on their roads to recovery.

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    Wounded Veterans Reconnect At Army-Navy Game

    PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 17, 2018 -- The Army-Navy game is one of the most iconic sporting events in America, and veterans served by Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) were there to witness this year's face-off. In partnership with USAA®, WWP connected several warriors with one another for an afternoon of football and camaraderie.

    "It was snowing, but my wife and I were so excited that it didn't stop us from going," said Rudolph Roberson, an Army National Guard veteran. "While we were there, I saw one of the guys from the couples mental health workshop we went on through Wounded Warrior Project. We were happy to see each other and catch up for a bit. The game was amazing, but the temperature got pretty low, so eventually, my wife and I had to leave."

    The annual game has always been an intense matchup, but the blustery weather that greeted the warriors and players turned it into an instant classic.

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    Wounded Warrior Project Veterans Find Peer Support During Pheasant Hunt

    ST. JAMES, Minn., Jan. 13, 2018 -- Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) veterans interested in the challenge of hunting birds recently connected with one another during a private-land hunt, in addition to shooting clays and learning how to clean their birds.

    Successfully flushing pheasants from the fields takes patience, know-how, and it doesn't hurt to have great dogs and handlers by your side.

    "This was an amazing opportunity to hunt using dogs to flush the birds," said Army veteran Rich Kelby. "Events like this hunt help me stay grounded, get back outside, and just do things when my post-traumatic stress and other injuries make me want to sit inside and be alone. This has inspired me to push some of my buddies to join Wounded Warrior Project and dig out of their holes." 

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    Injured Veterans Connect, Heal During Red Rock Canyon Hike

    LAS VEGAS, Jan. 6, 2018 -- Picturesque Red Rock Canyon was the setting for a recent Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) hiking event that gave injured veterans an opportunity to exercise and share quality time with their veteran peers and others from their community.

    "I saw this as a great opportunity to hike with a group of people," said Air Force veteran Stacy Neagles. "I love hiking, but typically end up going alone. The hike was great, and we had awesome guides that were knowledgeable about the area. We even learned a little history about the canyon."

    WWP program gatherings offer settings that provide opportunities for injured veterans to connect with one another and their communities. WWP also serves warriors by focusing on mental and physical health and wellness, financial wellness, independence, government relations, and community relations and partnerships.

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