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How and when is a Soldier eligible for the Warrior Care and Transition Program? It is important for Soldiers, their families and chain-of-command to understand eligibility and the application process.
Recently approved provisions of the 2017 National Defense Authorization Act re-institutes the 180 day “Cooling Off” restrictions on the Department of Defense
The United States Army Medical Command, Deputy Chief of Staff, Warrior Care and Transition announces the participation of wounded warriors in the annual Allied Winter Sports Camp in Whistler.
The U.S. Army Office of the Chief of Public Affairs and the U.S. Army Medical Command Directorate...
The U.S. Army Warrior Care and Transition has selected 40 wounded, ill and injured Soldiers...
The U.S. Army Trials demonstrates the importance of the Army's Warrior Care and Transition Program (WCTP) in the recovery and transition of wounded, ill and injured Soldiers.
The U.S. Army is taking the Zika virus very seriously and assisting the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in any way possible.
Cardiovascular disease prevention is important for the readiness of the U.S. Army.
The Army announced the Soldier and Veteran athletes who will represent the U.S. military and compete in the 2016 Invictus Games in Orlando, Florida, May 8-12.
Army athletes will compete in eight sports against Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force, U.S. Special Operations Command and United Kingdom Armed Forces teams.
I Am Poster pdf for download and print.
Jon Stewart, award-winning comedian, will serve as the master of ceremonies during the 2016 Department of Defense (DoD) Warrior Games opening ceremony on Wednesday, June 15th. .
Meet the Army Athletes competing for the US Team, follow their progress, and learn more about this international adaptive sporting event.
Invictus Games Orlando 2016 Announce Unforgettable Closing Ceremony Program
Hiring our nations heroes.
A sergeant who earned four gold medals swimming at this year's Invictus Games will add to her hardware collection July 13 when she receives the Pat Tillman Award.
I have the great honor of being the director of the Army’s Wounded Warrior Program (AW2).
Carrying out a time-honored military tradition, Col. Chris Toner and Sgt. Maj. Eric Andreis formally cased the colors of the WTC during a June 24 ceremony.
Next year’s Department of Defense Warrior Games will be held in Chicago next June.
The 2016 DoD Warrior Games is an adaptive sports competition for wounded, ill and injured service members and veterans..
Stephanie Morris, an Army specialist who was injured in Afghanistan, rediscovers herself through adaptive sports.
The Warrior Care and Transition Program (WCTP) Compliance and Oversight Directorate held its second Human Resources Training Summit.
Each November the Army honors wounded, ill and injured Soldiers and their Families by commemorating Warrior Care Month.
The Army's Adaptive Reconditioning Program is a holistic and comprehensive program individually tailored for each Warrior Transition Unit (WTU) Soldier.
Beginning in 2017, the Army Deputy Chief of Staff, Warrior Care and Transition (DCS, WCT) will designate a specialized monthly theme to appear throughout its media platforms.
The Department of Defense announced today that the 2016 DoD Warrior Games will be hosted at the United States Military Academy in West Point, New York, June 14-22.
Yesterday the Secretary of Defense directed the full integration of women in the Armed Forces following a thirty-day review period required by Congress.
According to Army statistics (
more than 63,700 Hispanic Soldiers on active duty
America showed its tremendous fortitude as well as its resiliency following September 11, 2001.
Wounded Warrior Healing Arts recognition events.
What does a redesigned WTC website mean to me?.
What is the MEDCOM Ombudsman Program?
WTC announces the 2015 Army Trials dates as March 20-April 2, 2015 at Fort Bliss, Texas. Athletes can register here (AKO account holders only).
The new WTC policy, effective 17 Dec 2014, is now available. Reference our Policy and Guidance page for this and other policies.
Did you know that adaptive reconditioning contributes to a successful recovery for Soldiers, whether they are transitioning back to Active duty or to civilian life?
Sgt. Robert Day loves everything about flying except for one thing: the airborne part.
An Army-wide initiative to ensure Soldiers and their Families are provided tools and information to lead a healthier lifestyle.
The Army is making adjustments to the force structure of the Warrior Transition Units (WTU).
Learn about WTU Resilience & Performance Enhancement Training with our new factsheet.
Learn more about Career and Education Readiness activities with our new fact sheet..
Learn more about their roles with our new fact sheet.
Successfully participate in an internship using the requirements set forth in our new manual.
Find out how to write effective resumes and gain valuable interviewing tips. Contact your transition coordinator or click here for additional details.
Read more in the WTC Civilian Employee of the Year press release.
The updated Comprehensive Transition Plan (CTP) Policy, effective 10 Feb 2014, is now available. Reference our Policy and Guidance page or click here .
Learn more about the U.S. Army Wounded Warrior Program with our new fact sheet.
Learn more about how WTU Commanders should submit COMPO mismatch requests.
Eight Army Veterans proved adaptive reconditioning activities remain beneficial after injury at the 2014 Paralympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia March 6-23. Read more.
Today kicks off Sexual Assault Awareness Month (#SAAM ) and the theme is Speak Up! A Voice Unheard is an Army Defeated. Read more.
Meet AW2 Soldiers and learn about AW2's historical milestones over the last decade here and read more in the press release .
Learn more about the U.S. Army Wounded Warrior Program (AW2) Advocates with our new fact sheet.
Meet retired Staff Sgt. Paul Roberts, two-time Warrior Games medalist, father of two, federal employee and proud member of AW2.
AW2 Veteran Karl Pasco created his own internship position as an ROTC instructor during his recovery at Fort Hood Warrior Transition Battalion. Learn more about Karl here.
Spc. Shenae Mitchell completed 44 college credits during her recovery at the Ft. Belvoir WTU. Learn more about this AW2 Soldier.
AW2 empowered Sgt. Robert Green with the tools to help himself. Read his story here.
AW2 provides individualized career and education guidance to AW2 Soldiers, Veterans, Families and Caregivers. Check out the new factsheet.
The two-day conference in Raleigh, N.C., builds on the Department of the Navy’s (DoN) theme, “Hiring Our Nation’s Heroes ,” with a call to action: “Meet the Challenge: Hire a Veteran!” Learn more.
AW2 Soldiers participated in peer mentoring with victims of last year’s Boston Marathon bombing. Read their stories here: Staff Sgt. Larrea, Staff Sgt. Redman, Spc. Budd.
AW2 Veteran Ira Brownridge Jr. volunteers his time to support other Veterans in his local community. Learn more about his story.
AW2 Career Coordinator Roberta Berry helped pave the way for today’s AW2 Advocates. Learn more about her story.
Learn more about how AW2 can assist with pay and financial benefits with our new factsheet.
Despite sustaining severe physical injuries in combat in Iraq, Sgt. First Class David A. Palacios was determined to continue on active duty. Read his story here.
After his injury, AW2 Soldiers Staff Sgt. Pascasio felt like he didn’t fit in the Army. Read how AW2 helped him achieve his goals, including Continuing on Active Duty.
“AW2 can change people’s lives,” said AW2 COAD Soldier Staff Sgt. Jorge Haddock-Santiago. Learn how he got involved with the program here.
Learn more about how AW2 can assist with Veterans Affairs benefits and resources with our new factsheet.
AW2 Advocate Patti Walker says her work with severely wounded, ill and injured Soldiers and Veterans is a “duty of honor.” Read her story here.
Did you know that adaptive reconditioning activities include a lot more than just sports? Learn more with our new fact sheet.
Sgt. Fred Prince served as an inspirational Soldier and a Warrior Games medalist. Read his mother's letter of thankfulness to the U.S. Army here.
"Adaptive sports helps with transition back to normal lifestyle." Read the latest article from the Army Warrior Trials.
"‘Miracle’ Soldier finds hope in adaptive reconditioning" Read the latest article from the Army Warrior Trials.
“Vision impairment won’t stop wounded vet at Warrior Trials" Read the latest article from the Army Warrior Trials.
Check out the Army Warrior Trials Day 4 video, and read more articles here.