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  • Warrior Wellness: AFW2 program meets with LRAFB personnel

    Representatives from the Air Force Wounded Warrior program met with Airmen from Little Rock Air Force Base during a base visit, April 11-12. The AFW2 program provides concentrated non-medical care and support for combat wounded, ill and injured Airmen and their families as they recover and

  • Telling It All

    Take a moment to think about your favorite outfit, the computer or phone you are using, your favorite restaurant or coffee shop and some of the décor in your house. For most things we adore and surround our lives with, we heard about it from someone else. This could have been on television, an

  • Stay LinkedIn Versus Left Out

    Did you know that the Air Force Wounded Warrior (AFW2) Program has a LinkedIn page? LinkedIn is the world’s largest online professional matrix allowing members and businesses to grow through professional networking; providing access to career development opportunities and allowing employers to post

  • 2022 Air Force Trials

    Every New Year brings the potential for many challenges and changes. While the world still deals with restrictions due to the COVID pandemic, the Air Force Wounded Warrior (AFW2) Program strives to continue providing Wounded Warriors an avenue to showcase their use of adaptive sports as part of

  • Mental Health Restoration

    When the New Year comes around, many people look at re-establishing positive aspects of their life. They declutter their homes, start a new workout routine, work on paying off debt or start a new hobby. Either way, the decisions they make is beneficial to restoring their mental health.If there is a

  • History Being Made: AFW2's Connection

    The United States Space Force celebrated a milestone last week; they are now two years old. On 20 December 2019, then President Donald J. Trump signed the National Defense Authorization Act, establishing the first military force since 1947.“Space is the world’s newest warfighting domain,” Trump said

  • Remaining Resilient During the Holidays

    Holidays are a time for traveling and preparing to spend time with families. This can be an exciting time, especially since COVID has been keeping families apart, but for some this is can be a really hard time to cope since many may not be surrounded by loved ones.The Air Force Wounded Warrior

  • AFW2 Provides Care for AFGSC's Warriors

    More than 2.7 million American service members, including nearly 520,000 from the U.S. Air Force, deployed abroad on more than 5.4 million deployments from 2001-2018, according to a study by the Rand Corporation. Airmen were deployed for nearly 1.3 million of those 5.4 million deployments, often to

  • AFW2 Expands Social Connections

    The pandemic highlighted the need to feel more connected, as people tend to  feel isolated with various restrictions in place. Along with restrictions, warriors within the AFW2 program can sometimes already feel alone due to their trauma and recovery journey. With this challenge in mind, the

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