Partnership for Wounded Warrior Education

Lopez, C. Todd
April 2008
Soldiers;Apr2008, Vol. 63 Issue 4, p19
The article discusses the qualifications and processes for enlistment in the Wounded Warrior Education Initiative. The U.S. Army program, in collaboration with the University of Kansas, reportedly aims to provide soldiers injured or wounded in war to earn a master's degree. Requirements include a bachelor's degree, physical capacity to attend classes and a campaign medal.


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