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Wounded Warrior

Not All Wounds Are Visible: Judi Boyce’s Story

November is Warrior Care Month, which honors seriously wounded, ill and injured service members and their families. Throughout the month, we will recognize a few of our Navy wounded warriors, who are continuing to succeed in spite of injuries they received while on active duty. The following blog was written …

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Warrior Care Month: Red Ramos’ Story

By Navy Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Redmond Ramos  Growing up with two older brothers and a younger step-brother, life has always been competitive, in a one-up-you kind of way. We were always trying to outdo each other and giving each other grief when one of us didn’t live up to …

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Wounded Warrior 2012 Wraps Up

May 5, 2012 marked the end of this year's Wounded Warrior Games, held in Colorado Springs, Colo... we wanted to share just some of the imagery that tells the story, including the following video from one of Team Navy/Coast Guard's GOLD-MEDAL winners (oh, and it wasn't just 1 gold medal.)

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Taking Care of Our Sailors

The Navy describes resilience as “the capacity for Sailors, families, and commands to withstand, recover, grow, and adapt in the face of  stressors and changing demands.”  Resilience is also about fitness in balance. Our Sailors have to be physically, psychologically, spiritually, financially and emotionally fit. Post Deployment Health Re-Assessments and Operational Stress Control …

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