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  • AFW2 Live Facebook Events 8-11 September

    September is Suicide Awareness and Prevention Month with the topic focused on the difficult conversation of suicide. The Air Force Wounded Warrior Program will focus on resources and frank discussions of how to help from those who have struggled in the past.
  • Technical Sgt. Joshua Williamson: From Coping to Seeking Treatment to Helping Airmen Stay Resilient

    Invisible wounds are as real and severe as physical wounds. If left untreated invisible wounds can have negative impacts on an Airman’s personal and professional life. It’s important for Airmen to recognize signs and symptoms of invisible wounds in themselves and in their peers, to ensure a mentally strong, resilient, and lethal Total Force. The Air Force is committed to supporting Airmen living with invisible wounds by providing a wide range of resources to support their recovery journey.
  • Capt. Joseph Siler to Fellow Airmen: "Go In, Get Help, and Get Back to the Fight"

    Invisible wounds are as real and severe as physical wounds. If left untreated invisible wounds can have negative impacts on an Airman’s personal and professional life. It’s important for Airmen to recognize signs and symptoms of invisible wounds in themselves and in their peers, to ensure a mentally strong, resilient, and lethal Total Force. The Air Force is committed to supporting Airmen living with invisible wounds by providing a wide range of resources to support their recovery journey.
  • Recognizing the Signs of Invisible Wounds and Promoting a Culture of Support

    Invisible wounds are as real and severe as physical wounds. If left untreated invisible wounds can have negative impacts on an Airman’s personal and professional life. It’s important for Airmen to recognize signs and symptoms of invisible wounds in themselves and in their peers, to ensure a mentally strong, resilient, and lethal Total Force. The Air Force is committed to supporting Airmen living with invisible wounds by providing a wide range of resources to support their recovery journey.
  • Capt. Casey Ross: “I Owe my Life to my Commanders”

    Invisible wounds are as real and severe as physical wounds. If left untreated invisible wounds can have negative impacts on an Airman’s personal and professional life. It’s important for Airmen to recognize signs and symptoms of invisible wounds in themselves and in their peers, to ensure a mentally strong, resilient, and lethal Total Force. The Air Force is committed to supporting Airmen living with invisible wounds by providing a wide range of resources to support their recovery journey.
  • From Feeling Fine to Triggered: Recognizing the Signs and Symptoms of Invisible Wounds

    Invisible wounds are as real and severe as physical wounds. If left untreated invisible wounds can have negative impacts on an Airman’s personal and professional life. It’s important for Airmen to recognize signs and symptoms of invisible wounds in themselves and in their peers, to ensure a mentally strong, resilient, and lethal Total Force. The Air Force is committed to supporting Airmen living with invisible wounds by providing a wide range of resources to support their recovery journey.
  • Creating Lasting Impacts on Warriors & Families

    The Wellness and Resiliency (WAR) team have introduced a new event that is driving Warriors, and their families, on their feet and grooving to a brand new beat. Community In Motion, ComMotion, made its first ever debut during the Air Force Wounded Warrior (AFW2) Program Virtual CARE Week and introduced Warriors to a new form of therapy through dance and movement.
  • Mentorship: A New Mission for Air Force Wounded Warriors

    Members that are enrolled in the Air Force Wounded Warrior (AFW2) Program have been ill, inured or wounded in ways that were inevitable to avoid. To help them cope in numerous ways and grow accustomed to their new normal the AFW2 Recovering Airman Mentorship Program (RAMP) provides mentors who have walked those same footsteps.
  • Keeping Warriors United Through Community Networks

    The Air Force Wounded Warrior (AFW2) Program continues to lead the way in fostering an environment of connectedness with Warriors, Caregivers and their families. AFW2 regularly provides multitudes of support resources with the help of AFW2 Community Programs, to ensure Warriors and their families connect to a network of support and receive aid throughout their journey of recovery.
  • Testaments of Healing

    When most people hear the word ambassador, they think of someone educated, professional, and of high importance but no one really considers how they got to that position. The path of an Air Force Wounded Warrior (AFW2) program Ambassador is not an easy one by any means.
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