Anyone can refer an Airman to the AFW2 Program. Simply download the worksheet below and email it here.

Wounded, Ill, and Injured Referral Worksheet

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AFW2 Program Mailing Address

  • HQ AFPC/DPFW
  • ATTN: AFW2
  • 550 C St. West, Ste. 37
  • JBSA Randolph TX
  • 78150-4739

Air Force Wounded Warrior takes flight with Thunderbirds

2017 JBSA Air Show and Open House

Master Sgt. Benjamin Seekell, 343rd Training Squadron Security Forces Apprentice Course flight chief and wounded warrior, prepares for an incentive flight with the U.S. Air Force Aerial Demonstration Squadron “Thunderbirds” prior to the start of the 2017 Joint Base San Antonio Air Show and Open House Nov. 2, at JBSA-Lackland, Kelly Field Annex. The Thunderbirds perform for people all around the world, combining years of training and experience with an attitude of excellence to showcase what the Air Force is all about. (U.S. Air Force photo by Sean M. Worrell/Released)

2017 JBSA Air Show and Open House

A member of the U.S. Air Force Aerial Demonstration Squadron “Thunderbirds” briefs Master Sgt. Benjamin Seekell, 343rd Training Squadron Security Forces Apprentice Course flight chief and wounded warrior, during an incentive flight prior to the start of the 2017 Joint Base San Antonio Air Show and Open House Nov. 2, at JBSA-Lackland, Kelly Field Annex. The Thunderbirds perform for people all around the world, combining years of training and experience with an attitude of excellence to showcase what the Air Force is all about. (U.S. Air Force photo by Sean M. Worrell/Released)

Staff Sgt. Jasper Roberts, U.S. Air Force Aerial Demonstration Squadron “Thunderbirds” aircrew flight equipment craftsman, places a Thunderbirds patch on the flight suite of Air Force Master Sgt. Benjamin Seekell, 343rd Training Squadron security forces apprentice course flight chief and Air Force Wounded Warrior, Nov. 2, 2017, at Joint Base San Antonio-Kelly Field, Texas. Seekell was selected to fly with the Thunderbirds before they headline the 2017 Joint Base San Antonio Air Show and Open House Nov. 4-5. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Stormy Archer)

Staff Sgt. Jasper Roberts, U.S. Air Force Aerial Demonstration Squadron “Thunderbirds” aircrew flight equipment craftsman, places a Thunderbirds patch on the flight suite of Air Force Master Sgt. Benjamin Seekell, 343rd Training Squadron security forces apprentice course flight chief and Air Force Wounded Warrior, Nov. 2, 2017, at Joint Base San Antonio-Kelly Field, Texas. Seekell was selected to fly with the Thunderbirds before they headline the 2017 Joint Base San Antonio Air Show and Open House Nov. 4-5. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Stormy Archer)

Air Force Master Sgt. Benjamin Seekell, 343rd Training Squadron security forces apprentice course flight chief and Wounded Warrior, dons a flight suit before his incentive flight with the U.S. Air Force Aerial Demonstration Squadron “Thunderbirds” Nov. 2, 2017, at Joint Base San Antonio-Kelly Field, Texas. During a 2011 deployment to Afghanistan, Seekell, who was serving as a military working dog handler, was injured in an improvised explosive device attack and lost his left leg. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Stormy Archer)

Air Force Master Sgt. Benjamin Seekell, 343rd Training Squadron security forces apprentice course flight chief and Wounded Warrior, dons a flight suit before his incentive flight with the U.S. Air Force Aerial Demonstration Squadron “Thunderbirds” Nov. 2, 2017, at Joint Base San Antonio-Kelly Field, Texas. During a 2011 deployment to Afghanistan, Seekell, who was serving as a military working dog handler, was injured in an improvised explosive device attack and lost his left leg. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Stormy Archer)

Staff Sgt. Jasper Roberts, U.S. Air Force Aerial Demonstration Squadron “Thunderbirds” aircrew flight equipment craftsman, helps Air Force Master Sgt. Benjamin Seekell, 343rd Training Squadron security forces apprentice course flight chief and Air Force Wounded Warrior, don a flight suite Nov. 2, 2017, at Joint Base San Antonio-Kelly Field, Texas.  Seekell was selected to fly with the Thunderbirds before they headline the 2017 Joint Base San Antonio Air Show and Open House Nov. 4-5. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Stormy Archer)

Staff Sgt. Jasper Roberts, U.S. Air Force Aerial Demonstration Squadron “Thunderbirds” aircrew flight equipment craftsman, helps Air Force Master Sgt. Benjamin Seekell, 343rd Training Squadron security forces apprentice course flight chief and Air Force Wounded Warrior, don a flight suite Nov. 2, 2017, at Joint Base San Antonio-Kelly Field, Texas. Seekell was selected to fly with the Thunderbirds before they headline the 2017 Joint Base San Antonio Air Show and Open House Nov. 4-5. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Stormy Archer)

2017 JBSA Air Show and Open House

Master Sgt. Benjamin Seekell, 343rd Training Squadron Security Forces Apprentice Course flight chief and wounded warrior, prepares for an incentive flight with the U.S. Air Force Aerial Demonstration Squadron “Thunderbirds” prior to the start of the 2017 Joint Base San Antonio Air Show and Open House Nov. 2, at JBSA-Lackland, Kelly Field Annex. The Thunderbirds perform for people all around the world, combining years of training and experience with an attitude of excellence to showcase what the Air Force is all about. (U.S. Air Force photo by Sean M. Worrell/Released)

2017 JBSA Air Show and Open House

Master Sgt. Benjamin Seekell, 343rd Training Squadron Security Forces Apprentice Course flight chief and wounded warrior, prepares for an incentive flight with the U.S. Air Force Aerial Demonstration Squadron “Thunderbirds” prior to the start of the 2017 Joint Base San Antonio Air Show and Open House Nov. 2, at JBSA-Lackland, Kelly Field Annex. The Thunderbirds perform for people all around the world, combining years of training and experience with an attitude of excellence to showcase what the Air Force is all about. (U.S. Air Force photo by Sean M. Worrell/Released)

2017 JBSA Air Show and Open House

A crew member of the U.S. Air Force Aerial Demonstration Squadron “Thunderbirds” marshals an F-16 Fighting Falcon carrying Master Sgt. Benjamin Seekell, 343rd Training Squadron Security Forces Apprentice Course flight chief and wounded warrior, during an incentive flight prior to the start of the 2017 Joint Base San Antonio Air Show and Open House Nov. 2, at JBSA-Lackland, Kelly Field Annex. The Thunderbirds perform for people all around the world, combining years of training and experience with an attitude of excellence to showcase what the Air Force is all about. (U.S. Air Force photo by Sean M. Worrell/Released)

JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-KELLY FIELD, Texas --

Air Force Master Sgt. Benjamin Seekell, Wounded Warrior and 343rd Training Squadron security forces apprentice course flight chief, flew with the U.S. Air Force Aerial Demonstration Squadron “Thunderbirds” Nov. 2 at JBSA-Kelly Field.

The flight gave Seekell the opportunity to experience the precision flying of the Thunderbirds firsthand.

“When I think of the Thunderbirds, it takes me back 12 years to when I enlisted for the first time,” said Seekell. “I gave my first oath of enlistment at an air show with the Thunderbirds.

“They showcase military precision, which I’m a big fan of as an instructor; along with their dedication to what they do and the pride they take in their job. I relate to that on a lot of levels and I’m really excited to just be a part of it.”

During a 2011 deployment to Afghanistan, Seekell, who served as a military working dog handler at the time from Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina, was injured in an improvised explosive device attack and lost his left leg.

“Master Sgt. Seekell is hugely inspirational in how he’s dealt with everything he’s gone through,” said Lt. Col. Kevin Walsh, Thunderbird #7 and the team's operations officer. “Everything he has done has been an inspiration, not just to Airmen, but to everyone. Taking somebody like him up for a flight extra is special for all of us.”

The Thunderbirds are scheduled to perform at the JSBA Air Show and Open House Nov. 4-5 at JBSA-Kelly Field.

For more information on the JBSA Air Show and Open House visit https://jbsaairshow.com/ and follow JBSA on Facebook and Twitter.