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Reaching Out To Warriors And Hospitals Overseas

Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) continues to grow and expand our programs internationally in Germany at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center (LRMC) and Ramstein Air Base.

LRMC is one of the first locations warriors are transported to once injured. Most of the time during transport their belongings are not transported with them. That's where we come in. WWP provides comfort items such as jackets, sweatpants, t-shirts, and blankets to warriors before they are flown back to the states. We want to make their stay and travel back to the States as comfortable as possible.

WWP currently has programs and benefits counseling available to warriors stationed at Warrior Transition Units (WTUs) in Europe.

WWP also supports the doctors and nurses caring for Wounded Warriors. Through a 'thank you' campaign with warrior stories in the form of posters and videos and an appreciation luncheon held twice-a-year, that includes a personal 'thank you' visit from the Wounded Warriors who went through LRMC, we are able to share thanks, encouragement, and provide much needed stress relief for the staff who take such great care of all Wounded Warriors.



The Alumni program provides opportunities for warriors and their families to engage with each other and with their communities through multiple events.

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Family Support


The family experiences challenges along with their warrior. WWP reaches out to family members who are suddenly serving as full-time supporters or caregivers.

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WWP Resource Center


Our Resource Center provides warriors and their families/ caregivers with information on the best available programs and services to meet their needs.

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