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Wounded Warriors

Army Wounded Warrior (AW2)

The Army Wounded Warrior Program (AW2) is the official U.S. Army program that assists and advocates for severely wounded, injured, and ill Soldiers and their Families, wherever they are located, for as long as it takes. AW2 provides individualized support to this unique population of Soldiers, who were injured or became ill during their service in the Global War on Terrorism.

Soldier and Family Assistance Center

Soldier and Family Assistance Center (SFAC) services are tailored and responsive to the needs of the Warriors in Transition (WTs) and their Families. SFAC sites provide a warm, relaxed environment where Soldiers and their Families can gather to foster physical, spiritual and mental healing.

Wounded Soldier and Family Hotline


Army Launches Wounded Soldier and Family Hotline:


Wounded and injured Soldiers and their Families expect and deserve the very best care and leadership from America's Army. The "Wounded Soldier and Family Hotline" can be reached from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday through Friday, at 1-800-984-8523.

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New eco-friendly camputs at Joint Base Langley-Eustis
Construction is underway on a new Soldier in Transition Campus at Fort Eustis, which will greatly improve the recuperative process for wounded warriors assigned to the post's Warrior Transition Unit.
Soldiers in transition catch their breath -- underwater
Soldiers from the Pacific Regional Medical Command's Warrior Transition Battalion received their open-water scuba certification, July 22, as part of an ongoing outreach program supported by non-military organizations.
Military community salutes heart, soles invested in cross-country run for wounded warriors
Carlisle Barracks salutes one man's cross-country run to bring attention to wounded warriors.
Army leadership underscores the importance of care for Soldiers and families
Under Secretary of the Army Joseph W. Westphal met with Madigan Healthcare System Warrior Transition Battalion Soldiers and toured the WTB billets July 30 as part of his visit to Joint Base Lewis-McChord.