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Wounded Warrior

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Is there a wounded warrior in your life? Whether it's you or someone you love, the Wounded Warrior Program can help you understand benefits, research independent living options and identify counseling and advocacy resources. Use these resources, tools and articles to find the support you and your family need.


Promoting Specialty Consultations Specific to Wounded Warriors: Confidential Help for Wounded Warriors and Families The military gives every service member the opportunity to enter with virtually no skills and leave with an array of skills needed in the civilian job market. Some job-related skills are easily converted to civilian terms — military police become law enforcement officers, for example. Other skills, such as leadership and discipline, are also highly prized by civilian companies. Your military career will give you the chance to explore job opportunities and develop your own personal skill set. Knowing what skills to pursue and then developing them will help guide your career decisions while you're in the military.

Wounded warrior on basketball court The military's wounded warrior programs provide assistance and advocacy for severely wounded, ill and injured service members, veterans and their families. These programs assist service members and their families as they return to duty or transition to civilian life.


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