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  • Behind the scenes: Caregiver Support Program

    The Joint Base Lewis-McChord Warrior CARE Event came to a close with the closing celebration held at Soldiers Field House, Aug. 30; however, caregivers and warriors came together for one final event, Aug. 31. The Air Force Wounded Warrior (AFW2) Caregiver Support Program works directly with the Recovery Care Team, Peer Support Coordinators,
  • Behind the scenes: Empowerment in Transition

    Each year, thousands of Airmen must struggle with determining whether to retire, separate or continue on in their Air Force journey. For some, this transition means leaving service to pursue higher education and develop a new skill-set; for others, the reintegration could be the beginning of enjoying a reprieve following years of selfless service
  • CARE Event spotlight: Bradley Ouellette

    The Air Force Wounded Warrior (AFW2) Program is currently hosting a Warrior CARE Event at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington, where more than 120 wounded, ill or injured service members from across the nation are participating in introductory restorative care events focusing on caregiver support, familiarization with adaptive sports and
  • CARE Event spotlight: Kevin Greene

    Life happens in an instant; and while the damage and destruction can take years to clean up and rebuild, dramatic and unforeseeable change occurs in a flash.  “I can remember the night of the accident very vividly; mostly I remember being stopped at a red light and looking at a lady in the vehicle next to me frantically pointing past me through her
  • CARE Event spotlight: Kwan Kohanbani

    The Air Force Wounded Warrior (AFW2) Program is currently hosting the northwest region Warrior CARE Event at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington. More than 120 wounded, ill or injured service members from across the nation are participating in introductory restorative care events focusing on caregiver support, familiarization with adaptive sports
  • Former Airman renewed as Warrior

    Robert Wiles, a former 96th Medical Operations Squadron mental health technician, provided mentorship to new Wounded Warriors at a CARE event here April 24-28.
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