A Close Look at AW2

Lamance, Rich
July 2008
Soldiers;Jul2008, Vol. 63 Issue 7, p9
The article focuses on the Army Wounded Warrior Program (AW2) that was created in 2004 for the needs of the most severely wounded, ill or injured soldiers from the war. According to the article, AW2 provides individualized support and life transition throughout the lives of the most severely wounded soldiers, wherever they are located. Several AW2 advocates are reportedly located across the U.S. at Department of Veterans Affairs medical centers and military installations.


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