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  • 2022 Warrior Games: A Look Back

    Last week, approximately 300 competitors came together in Orlando, Florida, to compete in the 2022 Department of Defense Warrior Games. Though this is a competition, the overall intent is to build relationships and support for warriors, and to recognize their strength and commitment to rising above

  • Beyond the Blue

    The Air Force Wounded Warrior (AFW2) Program has been “grounded” for about 2 years now, due to COVID, and has not been able to travel for CARE Events since 2019. The program was able to keep up with events, workshops and support virtually but the in-person events at bases around the Air and Space

  • 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

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