MG Keenan's Nurses Week Message

"I am excited to celebrate National Nurses Week 2015. I feel this year's theme, "Ethical Practice, Quality Care" was created with military nursing in mind! The statement falls directly in line with our efforts of becoming a High Reliability Organization." Read the full message.

Former Soldier sets up transition program for WTB

Retired Master Sgt. Michael Bowden is the transition coordinator for the Fort Knox Warrior Transition Battalion. He initially arrived to the unit in April 2010 to work in the operations section of the unit, but Lt. Col. David Haines, the Fort Knox WTB commander, recognized Mr. Bowden’s talents for setting up organizations and made him the transition non-commissioned officer. Read the rest of the story here.

Wounded Warrior & Veteran Hiring And Support Conference May 20, 2015

Meet employers from the Department of Defense, federal agencies, the private sector and more. Job opportunities available for Wounded Warriors, Veterans and their spouses Click here for more information.

Army Team Announced for the 2015 DoD Warrior Games

The U.S. Army Warrior Transition Command announced, April 24, the names of the 40 wounded, ill and injured Soldiers and veterans, who have been selected to compete as part of Team Army during the 2015 Department of Defense Warrior Games. View the Army Team

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“I still have people around me who love me. I still got the chance at living a wonderful life. I still got a chance at helping other people," said Master Sgt. Cedric King. After losing both legs in an improvised explosive device blast in Afghanistan in 2012, Master Sgt. King, Warrior Transition Unit, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, set out on a quest to conquer his challenges.

WTC honors the service and sacrifice of our African American wounded, ill and injured Soldiers, Veterans, Families and Caregivers.

Employers, consider hiring a wounded, ill or injured Veteran for an open position. Veterans possess a wide variety of skills and experiences that can serve as a great asset to both Federal and private agencies.

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