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Warriors and Families We Have Helped

Melissa McMahon

In Afghanistan, Melissa cared for the injured while her hospital was fired upon by enemy rockets, leaving her with physical injuries and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

Wounded warrior Ray Andalio standing in a park, smiling and wearing sunglasses and a WWP hat.

Ray Andalio

Born in the Philippines, Ray loved the country that sheltered his family. While in the Navy, he was sent to Iraq, where his training was put to the ultimate test.

Wounded warrior Chris Gordon smiling.

Chris Gordon

On September 11, 2001, Chris was stationed in Hohenfels, Germany. Having grown up in New York, the events of that day hit close to home.

Wounded warrior Beth King sitting in a wheelchair smiling.

Beth King

In 2011, while Beth was deployed to Afghanistan, the helicopter she was riding in took a direct hit from a rocket-propelled grenade.

Wounded warrior Aaron Cornelius playing the guitar around a fire during an outdoor event.

Aaron Cornelius

Aaron saw a lot of combat while leading soldiers through three deployments in Iraq. But it wasn’t until his last that, as Aaron says, “all hell broke loose.”

Wounded warrior Tim Aponte smiling.

Tim Aponte

For 10 years, Tim loved serving in the Army. Days before he was due to return home, an explosion left him with a traumatic brain injury and a broken back.

Wounded warrior Taniki Richard smiling.

Taniki Richard

While on a helicopter to deliver equipment in Iraq, Taniki's team came under fire. Everyone returned safely, but her life soon spiraled out of control.

Family support member Christine Schei wears a red Wounded Warrior Project polo and smiles to the camera.

When Christine Schei’s son Erik was shot and rendered quadriplegic, she didn’t know how to take care of him. She found the support she needed through WWP, and now she mentors other caregivers.

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