"Mission success:" Wounded Warriors reach South Pole
Two Modules for Soldier and Cadre Provide Information on Non-Medical Attendants
SHARP Information and Frequently Asked Questions Available Now
The U.S. Army Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention (SHARP) Program reinforces the Army's commitment to eliminate incidents of sexual harassment and assault. Visit the SHARP page to find contact information and answers to frequently asked questions.
Modules on Guardianship and Power of Attorney Posted Online
Service members in the Warrior Care and Transition Program may face personal challenges because of their wounds, illnesses and injuries. If applicable during their length of stay in the WCTP, service members may choose to obtain a guardianship or power of attorney.
Comprehensive Transition Plan Policy Extended
The expiration for the Comprehensive Transition Plan (CTP) Policy, issued in November 2011, has been extended. Read more.
New Policies Posted Regarding Responsibilities and Risk Assessment
The Warrior Transition Command has released two new Policy Memorandums:
1) WCTP Policy Memo 13-009 - Warrior Transition Unit (WTU) and Community Based WTU Soldiers Medical and Military Responsibilities
2) WCTP Policy Memo 13-010 - WTU/CBWTU Risk Assessment and Mitigation Policy and Behavioral Health Processes