Air Force Wounded Warrior Program News

  • 'They're battling with me': NCO fights cancer

    (Editor’s note: This story was originally published in August 2018. Tech Sgt. Trepanier applied for,
  • AF Trials 2019 Profile: Lucas Purser

    The Air Force Wounded Warrior Program (AFW2) is heading to Nellis AFB, Nev. for the 6th annual Air Force Trials, March 1st through the 7th. It’s a Paralympic-style competitive event that showcases the resiliency of wounded warriors and highlights the effectiveness of adaptive sports and AFW2 in aiding them in their recovery. The Air Force Trials is also the primary selection location for the 40 primary and 10 alternate members of Team Air Force selected to compete at the 2019 Department of Defense Warrior Games in Tampa, Florida, June 21st through 30th.
  • Educating audiences at the 2019 Air Force Trials

    “We’re really pushing to make this a special event,” said Col. Michael Flatten, AFW2 director. “Every year we work harder and harder to make this something the wounded warriors will remember, this year will be no different. Since this is my last Air Force Trials as the AFW2 director I personally want us to use it as a springboard for increased awareness about the program and how we can help airmen.”
  • 2019 Air Force Trials Schedule

    The schedule for the 2019 Air Force Trials is out there for your to decide what events you want to
  • Attitude of gratitude key to resiliency for disabled civil servant

    Former Airman who was paralyzed earns employment as commander's secretary after many obstacles and hardships.


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