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About the Warrior Care and Transition (WCT)
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Apollo 11 astronaut, Buzz Aldrin was front and center at the January 19, 2017 All - American Inaugural Ball in Washington, D.C.
Recently approved provisions of the 2017 National Defense Authorization Act.
While recovering at the Fort Campbell Warrior Transition Battalion, Sgt. Mary Sawyer began taking college courses with the ultimate goal of obtaining a degree in project management.
Our nation's wounded, ill, and injured service members and veterans are scheduled to compete in Warrior Games Team Trials.
Diet and nutrition play an integral role in maintaining Army readiness.
Growing accustomed to thinking in terms of another kind of triad in addition to the Triad of Care that is their usual center of attention.
Inside the packed confines of a conference room within the Arlington, Virginia headquarters of the United States Army Medical Command’s Deputy Chief of Staff
Soldiers learned the differences between fixed, mixed and growth mindsets,among other performance techniques,during a four-hour Executive Resilience and Performance course.
Frequent moves, credit card debt and separation anxiety, many military families will face these challenges' at some point during and after a deployment.
“It made my day and made me feel special as if he knew that I needed the interaction as much as he did”
“Securing a position with Team Army will be great but continuing my career in the Army is my main goal”
“Today, I’m using the medication and breathing techniques of yoga to help me and I want to show others that the physical aspect of yoga is only a small portion,”
Warrior Care and Transition ensures that everything possible is done to enable Soldiers to return to duty.
Six Soldiers in transition from several U.S. Army Warrior Transition Units were introduced to winter sports at the Allied Winter Sports Camp
Ernest Hemingway spoke of the importance of listening, saying that he learned a great deal by listening carefully to what others had to say.
During the month of February, the Warrior Care and Transition Program welcomed its 75,000th entry
Spc. Axel Collazo remembers the exact moment he knew he was artistically gifted.
Black History Month is a time to remember and celebrate the contributions of African Americans to the fabric of our nation.
Army Spc. James Matthews of New Jersey had several years of law enforcement experience under his belt before joining the military.
There are those precious moments that a parent revels in, a child’s first steps, and the loss of their first tooth or the first day of school.
His name is synonymous with resilience and passion, just two of the endearing qualities Sgt. 1st Class Mike Smith.
Spc. James Matthews (left) with President Trump and other wounded, ill and injured Soldiers from Washington, D.C. area.
Maj. LaRon Somerville will soon trade in his military uniform for a more corporate look this summer.
It’s a bold color that often stands out and is synonymous with our hearts.
Employment-based workshops are a crucial component to assist Soldiers entering the civilian workforce.
After a long day of travel and little time to recuperate, Soldiers and Veterans from coast-to-coast..
Captain Kelly Elmlinger is the picture of resilience.
As athletes arrive to compete at Army Warrior Care and Transition's Army Trials 2017...
Soldiers from the 1st Armored Division come to the Robert Loeza Soldier Activity Center to relax, study and climb the rock wall.
The loss of a loved one can be devastating, but after losing her beloved grandmother, Maj. Chantil Minton turned her pain into a passion to help others.
When Staff Sgt. Marcus Manchaca was injured in a motorcycle accident, it limited his physical activity.
The Texas native earned several awards for his athletic abilities, but he repeatedly injured his ankle over the course of several years.
Rodriguez-Rexroad recently received orders for her next duty station— serving on a mobile repair team at an Army training center.
Skeleton is one of the ‘ice sports’ on the Winter Olympic Games program. It requires individuals to ride a small sled down a frozen track.
Among the first activities in advance of the Health Challenge was a body composition assessment.
Whistler British Columbia in Canada is home to a winter Olympic sports venue known the world over.
Service members adorned in ski masks and snow pants gather on the bus for another trip up the mountain
The U.S. Army is taking the Zika virus very seriously and assisting the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in any way possible.
The Army announced the Soldier and Veteran athletes who will represent the U.S. military and compete in the 2016 Invictus Games in Orlando, Florida, May 8-12.
Army athletes will compete in eight sports against Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force, U.S. Special Operations Command and United Kingdom Armed Forces teams.
I Am Poster pdf for download and print.
Many Service men and women suffer life-changing injuries, both visible and invisible, while serving their countries.
Hiring our nations heroes.
A sergeant who earned four gold medals swimming at this year's Invictus Games will add to her hardware collection July 13 when she receives the Pat Tillman Award.
I have the great honor of being the director of the Army’s Wounded Warrior Program (AW2).
Carrying out a time-honored military tradition, Col. Chris Toner and Sgt. Maj. Eric Andreis formally cased the colors of the WTC during a June 24 ceremony.
Links to Useful Information.
The U.S. Army Warrior Transition Command (WTC), headquartered in Alexandria, Virginia, has revealed its new organizational name and logo.
The Military Adaptive Sports Program (MASP) focuses on the recovery of wounded, ill or injured service members through instructional clinics, camps and competitive trials.
Stephanie Morris, an Army specialist who was injured in Afghanistan, rediscovers herself through adaptive sports.
The Warrior Care and Transition Program (WCTP) Compliance and Oversight Directorate held its second Human Resources Training Summit.
Each November the Army honors wounded, ill and injured Soldiers and their Families by commemorating Warrior Care Month.
The Army's Adaptive Reconditioning Program is a holistic and comprehensive program individually tailored for each Warrior Transition Unit (WTU) Soldier.
Dependable, knowledgeable, determined are just a few of the many attributes bestowed upon Sgt. 1st Class Emily Anderson as friends and colleagues bid farewell to her.
The medical arena can be difficult to navigate after being wounded, ill or injured. For family members, navigating it can be extremely overwhelming and confusing.
Staff Sgt. Mark Skinner has been busy exploring the question why? His curious scientific mind is preparing him for a career in teaching as he heads towards medical retirement.
What happens when you mix a mother’s love for her son and a twist of fate? The makings of a great soldier; Maj. Vonkeith Jackson.
Tammy Burton-Smith doesn’t need a genie in a bottle to grant her three wishes, she simply wanted one; to remain in the Army forever.
More than 70 veterans, volunteers and support staff attended Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing (PHWFF) Sixth Annual Fly Fest Dec. 2-4.
From scuba to adaptive skiing, and from career assistance to financial donations, community organizations are an integral part to supporting the recovery of Soldiers.
As the keynote speaker of the Leaders Training Summit held at Fort Belvoir, Virginia, the Surgeon General of the U.S. Army and Commanding General
How can the Deputy Chief of Staff, Warrior Care and Transition add value to a Warrior Transition Battalion?
Each Soldier within the Warrior Transition Battalion has a Triad of Care, and they are at the center of this symbolic triangle.
Did you know that adaptive reconditioning contributes to a successful recovery for Soldiers, whether they are transitioning back to Active duty or to civilian life?
Sgt. Robert Day loves everything about flying except for one thing: the airborne part.
An Army-wide initiative to ensure Soldiers and their Families are provided tools and information to lead a healthier lifestyle.