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Therapy Dogs: Cause for the ‘Paws’

This blog post and video was produced by MC1 Margaret Trujillo, with DMA, who tells us how “man’s best friend” is helping our wounded troops. Military Working Dogs and civilian K-9 units are known for their security work and for saving lives. However, there’s another group of military working dogs at Walter Reed National …

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Giving it my all at the 2011 Warrior Games

Nathan DeWalt earned two silver and two bronze medals during the 2011 Warrior Games. He is enrolled in Navy Safe Harbor, the Navy and Coast Guard’s wounded warrior support program. Through proactive leadership, Safe Harbor provides a lifetime of individually tailored assistance designed to optimize the success of enrollees’ recovery, rehabilitation, and reintegration activities.

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Carrying the Torch

The following is the second in a series of blog posts about the 2011 Warrior Games in Colorado Springs, CO by Logistics Specialist 1st Class Robert “Steve” Lipscomb; member of Team Navy/Coast Guard I recently received one of the most shocking phone calls of my life. It was a call …

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Warrior Games: “One team. One fight.”

The following is the first in a series of blog posts about the 2011 Warrior Games in Colorado Springs, CO by James “Will” Wilson, former U.S. Navy master chief aviation ordnanceman; manager of the Navy Safe Harbor adaptive athletics program; member of Team Navy/Coast Guard It’s a rallying cry heard …

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