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AFW2 Contact

AFW2 Program Mailing Address

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

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A dermatology patient, prepares to receive laser treatment on his nose at MacDill Air Force Base, Fla., March 9, 2018. MacDill opens unique scar treatment clinic for service members
The 6th Medical Group officially opened up their new capabilities to treat burns and scars March 9, 2018 at MacDill Air Force Base, Florida.
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2018
Default Air Force Logo How can you manage stress?
Stress. We've all felt it. We all deal with it differently. But what do you do when it becomes overwhelming? Even better, how do you prevent it from becoming overwhelming?
0 12/07
2017
SrA Brandon Yuhaniak fights cancer. An Airman's journey from active duty to fighting cancer and back to work
Senior Airman Bran-don Yuhaniak, 88th Medical Squadron administrative technician, with the Airman Medical Transition Unit, who is a self-professed outdoorsman who enjoys hunting, fishing and being challenged, joined the Air Force in September 2014. He was assigned to Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, for a year of technical training, then to Holloman AFB, New Mexico, and finally he made a permanent change of station to Kadena Air Base, Japan, where he was found to have cancer.
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2017
Senior Master Sgt. Jason Ronsse, Pacific Air Forces weather training standardization and evaluation and policy manager, holds up a rocket fragment he found at Forward Operating Base Shank during his deployment to Bagram Air Base, Afghanistan. A different beast to deal with: Healing from invisible wounds
After serving 20 years filled with numerous deployments and temporary duty assignments without an issue, one weather Airmen’s life changed forever during a an indirect fire incident on Dec. 31, 2013. Senior Master Sgt. Jason Ronsse, Pacific Air Forces weather training standardization and evaluation and policy manager, was deployed as superintendent for the 19th Expeditionary Weather Squadron at Bagram Air Base, Afghanistan, when a rocket impacted outside his office.
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2017
two men talking AF Wounded Warrior Program helps Airmen recover
The Air Force Wounded Warrior Program is a congressionally-mandated, federally-funded program that provides personalized care, services and advocacy to seriously wounded, ill or injured recovering service members, their caregivers or families.
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2017
Tech. Sgt. (Ret.) Ben Clark, a warrior with the Air Force Wounded Warrior CARE Event at Offutt Air Force Base, Nebraska, competes in wheelchair basketball at the Offutt Field House Aug. 4, 2017. Clark was medically retired from the Air Force due to injuries sustained in a 2009 deployment to Iraq. Not broken, just redesigned: Former Team Offutt members return for Warrior CARE Event
Wounded Warriors and caregivers from all over the Midwest flocked to Offutt Air Force Base, Nebraska, from Aug. 1 – 4 for the North Central Air Force Wounded Warrior CARE Event, comprised of days spent in ambassador training, adaptive sports and interacting with members of Team Offutt. For many of these warriors, the time spent at Offutt was a
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2017
Tech. Sgt. Terrance Williams, center, currently 22nd Security Forces Squadron resources NCO in-charge, poses for a photo July 2011, in Balad, Iraq. Williams deployed nine times during his career, six of which were to combat locations. (Courtesy photo) A journey of resiliency: healing the wounds that can’t be seen
Nine deployments, severe depression, anxiety and alcoholism, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and a suicide attempt were what drove one McConnell Airman to begin a journey to reshape his life.“My first combative deployment was to Kirkuk, Iraq, back in 2006,” said Tech. Sgt. Terrance Williams, 22nd Security Forces Squadron resources NCO in-charge. “I
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2017
Former Korn guitarist and Rock to Recovery founder Wes Geer gives pointers to an Air Force Wounded Warrior Trials participant during a Rock to Recovery practice session in Las Vegas, March 1, 2015. Rock to Recovery brings together people suffering from similar ailments and each participant shares their personal story before choosing from a variety of instruments to play as part of a band. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Siuta B. Ika) Rock to Recovery serves as ‘musical medicine’
While many of this year’s Air Force Wounded Warrior Trials participants are now reveling in the celebration the event brings through competition and companionship, every single one of them could tell you what they were doing and exactly how they felt when they hit rock bottom.
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2017
Default Air Force Logo Survive and Thrive: Air Force Wounded Warrior Program helps Airman transition
6/19/2015 - ROBINS AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. -- Thirteen years ago, Master Sgt. Rodney Young's plane went down.On a refueling mission for helicopters in Afghanistan, Feb. 13, 2002, Young and seven crew members crashed on the C-130 they were flying in. All eight on board survived.Young suffered back and knee injuries resulting in several different
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2015
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