Redesigned WTC Public Website

Based on feedback from Soldiers, Veterans and Cadre, WTC launches updates to its website with features including a mega menu, easy access to hotline numbers and list of frequently visited pages. Read the fact sheet for more information .

WTC Fact Sheet

Need a brief overview of who we are and what we do? Download the new WTC Fact Sheet to learn more.

Save the Date for 2015 Army Trials

WTC announces the 2015 Army Trials dates as March 20-April 2, 2015 at Fort Bliss, Texas.

Read the 2015 Army Trials fact sheet for more information this event.

Athletes can register here (AKO account holders only).

If you do not have an AKO account, contact WTC’s adaptive reconditioning branch:

Recent Publications
Read the latest WTC Newsletter
Save the Date: 2015 Army Trials
Army Trials Fact Sheet
Did You Know: Ombudsman
Ombudsman Program Fact Sheet


Social Media Spotlight

“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.

Learn more about hiring a Veteran here: