Air Force Wounded Warrior Program News

  • Brain surgery to bear hugs: One Wounded Warrior’s story

    Born with a birth defect causing seizures, battling anxiety, depression and post-traumatic stress disorder, and facing divorce and separation from a child, can be a lot for anyone to handle, but with a community of support things can get better. For retired Air Force Captain Rob Hufford, 55th Civil Engineering Squadron, no statement could ring truer. From an all-time low to bear hugging England’s Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, while in Australia to compete in the Invictus Games, things are looking up for Hufford.
  • Maj. Gregory Harris: A story of resiliency

    An Airman’s journey to resilienceIn 2012, during Operation Enduring Freedom, Maj. Gregory Harris,
  • Major changes to medical policies good news for Reservists

    When Col. John Buterbaugh took the helm as the command surgeon at Air Force Reserve Command in late summer 2018, he wanted to make some bold changes to improve processes for the 70,000 Reserve Citizen Airmen serving across the nation and around the world.
  • Never apologize

    Tech Sgt. Robert Cowherd moves up the court during wheelchair basketball practice at the NE Region
  • Resiliency as part of the healing process

    Resiliency programs are an important part of the AFW2 CARE events. This week we are beginning these programs earlier, allowing for all wounded warriors to access them for better restorative care.
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Anyone can refer an active-duty Airman into the AFW2 program; download the worksheet by clicking the button below and submit the finalized form via email.

  

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