Airman For Life

Every year, thousands of Airmen come at a crossroads in their military career as they face the realities of retirement, or separation, and anticipate the start of a new beginning. This phase of life is all too familiar for the 8,000 plus Air Force Wounded Warrior (AFW2) Program veterans, currently placed in a permanent discharge status, that have made their transition to civilian life. With AFW2 veterans no longer being actively case managed, Airman For Life (A4L) has bridged the gap and cultivated an environment of connectedness as AFW2’s one and only program for veterans. (Courtesy Photo)

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