A charity that sponsors a country retreat for wounded warriors and their families is doubling its capacity by building a second house with a donation from a local organization.
A retired Marine running 31 marathons in 31 days to raise money for wounded warriors is nearing the finish line. Rob Jones’ 31st and final run takes place on the National Mall Saturday.
A softball camp coached by wounded warriors teaches kids — who are also amputees — confidence, perseverance and, of course, softball.
Wounded warriors, service members and their families took part in the sixth annual Military Thanksgiving at Arena Stage in Southwest D.C.
Can time among the pines treat PTSD? A local effort is underway to prove that nature may be the best medicine for wounded service members.
Athletes from around the world converged in Florida to compete in the 2016 Invictus games, bringing together more than 500 wounded military competitors to take part in 10 sporting events. The games started May 8 and end May 12 at the ESPN World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida.
A Virginia retreat is helping combat veterans recover from the psychological and physical scars of war through yoga, archery and group and family therapy.
WASHINGTON — Britain’s Prince Harry will visit the D.C. area on Wednesday. He will attend an event to support an international wounded warriors competition, the Invictus Games, that will take place in the ESPN Sports Complex in…
RESTON, Va. — One day, 140 golf courses, and 12,000 golfers. The so-called World’s Largest Golf Outing showcases coast-to-coast support for service members. Now in its fifth year, the WLGO hopes to raise $1 million for…
It may be a softball game, but make no mistake, these vets are ready to rumble.
The patriotic-themed Dog Tag Bakery on
Georgetown\’s Grace Street is part of a
larger program that assists wounded veterans earning their business degree at
Master Sgt. Cedric King was injured in Afghanistan. His wife lauds Walter Reed hospital.
Can a furry, four-legged creature really help save a life? Many
wounded warriors and their spouses say, \”yes.\”
Before NHL training camps kicked into full gear Friday, a group of Wounded Warriors played a different kind of hockey game.
A group of soldiers ran 170 miles to raise money for wounded warriors.
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