Warrior Transition Command
Warrior Transition Command


Army Wounded Warrior Program (AW2) 10th Anniversary


AW2 Soldiers participated in peer mentoring with victims of last year’s Boston Marathon bombing. Read their stories here: Staff Sgt. Larrea, Staff Sgt. Redman, Spc. Budd.

Learn more about AW2 Career and Education


AW2 provides individualized career and education guidance to AW2 Soldiers, Veterans, Families and Caregivers. Check out the new factsheet.

Department of the Navy’s 4th Annual Wounded Warrior and Veteran Hiring and Support Conference


The two-day conference in Raleigh, N.C., builds on Navy’s theme, “Hiring Our Nation’s Heroes,” with a call to action: “Meet the Challenge: Hire a Veteran!” Learn more.

Sexual Assault Awareness Month



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Every #AW2 #Soldier/Vet completes a career and education assessment with their AW2 #Advocate to help plan goals. http://bit.ly/1lv4xbp
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From injured to independent, read one #Veteran’s story about how #AW2 helped him take back control of his life: http://bit.ly/1kJwU2G
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Join #AW2 #Soldiers and leaders for a Facebook Townhall on April 22 from 11:30-12:30 EST. Tune in to http://facebook.com/ArmyWTC.
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#FF @DeptVetAffairs, Twitter account for the Department of Veterans Affairs.
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#Employers, wounded warriors and #Veterans: Register for the @USNavy 4th Annual Hiring and Support Conference. http://bit.ly/1eYldzM

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