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Hiring veterans is good for business

Did you know that many veterans find successful careers in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) related fields...

Suicide awareness and prevention training

Suicide awareness and prevention training teaches how to ask the 'tough questions

If you suspect that a friend or loved one may be thinking about harming themselves...

Army Warrior Care kicks off first day of 2017 Annual Advocate Training

Army Warrior Care kicks off first day of 2017 Annual Advocate Training

More than 200 Army Wounded Warrior (AW2) Advocates and staff have traveled from installations...

After sitting volleyball camp and tournament, Team Army turns focus to Warrior Games

After sitting volleyball camp and tournament, Team Army turns focus to Warrior Games

Team Army competed against both national and Paralympic players during the three-day camp and tournament....

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TeamArmy is headed to the 2017 Department of Defense Warrior Games

#TeamArmy is headed to the 2017 Department of Defense Warrior Games from June 30 – July 08 in Chicago! Approximately 265 wounded, ill and injured service members and veterans representing teams from the United States Army, Marine Corps, Navy/Coast Guard, Air Force, and Special Operations Command, as well as athletes from international partner nations, the United Kingdom Armed Forces and the Australian Defence Force, will participate in eight sporting events: archery, cycling, sitting volleyball, shooting, swimming, wheelchair basketball, track and field.

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Army athletes go for the gold at sitting volleyball camp and tournament

Six wounded, ill and injured Soldiers and veterans competed in the 2017 USA Volleyball Open National Championships in Minneapolis, MN as part of Team Army. More than 400 teams traveled from every corner of the U.S., as well as Canada, Brazil and Russia, for the three-day camp and tournament.

Team Army, led by coach Linda Gomez, was one of 10 sitting volleyball squads competing. It was a great opportunity for athletes to practice for the upcoming Warrior Games in Chicago. Read the full story here.

Army Wounded Warrior (AW2) Annual Training

The annual Army Wounded Warrior (AW2) training will take place in Tampa, FL from June 5-9. Approximately 220 AW2 Advocates and staff will learn the ins and outs of the Warrior Care and Transition Program, as well as learn new skills and techniques for the care of wounded, ill and injured Soldiers recovering at Warrior Transition Units. Training topics include: suicide awareness and prevention, TRICARE and social security, career planning and development, legal support, eligibility and more. This training ensures that Army Warrior Care fulfills its mission to provide the best possible care for our wounded, ill and injured Soldiers. Learn more about how AW2 advocates support our Soldiers.

News from our Warrior Transition Battalions

Warrior Transition Brigade - National Capital Region celebrates 10 year anniversary

Warrior Transition Brigade - National Capital Region celebrates 10 year anniversary

Few medical centers in America have the storied history and legacy of Walter Reed...

Staff Sgt. Gary Smith: Finding hope and inspiration on Ice

Staff Sgt. Gary Smith: Finding hope and inspiration on Ice (Fort Bragg)

After sustaining multiple injuries to his knees, spine, and head over an 18 year period....

Veterans serve up love and honor in Virginia

Veterans serve up love and honor in Virginia (Fort Belvoir)

The sweet smell of sweet potato pie, the crunch of finger licking chicken...

Ride 2 Recovery memorial bicycle challenge provides inspiration for Veterans

Ride 2 Recovery memorial bicycle challenge provides inspiration for Veterans

Cyclists began their journey in Pentagon City and rode through Virginia, with an overnight stays in Manassas...

Follow #TeamArmy During the Warrior Games