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Showing Love to Military Veterans

Wounded Warrior Project is a cause that touches my heart. Their mission is to address the pressing need of men and women who served in the military on or after September 11, 2001. 145 more words

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Trump Greets Wounded Warrior Project Soldier Riders At White House

WASHINGTON, DC (CBS News) — President Trump greeted riders in the Wounded Warrior Project’s Soldier Ride at the White House on Thursday. The four-day ride is an adaptive cycling program that accommodates wounded veterans of varying degrees in their cycling journey. 152 more words


There are only THIRTEEN DAYS LEFT!

Yep, this is flat out a promo post for my anthology.  Or rather, the anthology I’m a part of; I love it so much I want to claim it as mine.  771 more words


WWP Advocates for Better VA Care before Congress

Since founding the company in 1988, William “Bill” Pote has served as the chief executive officer of MegaPhase in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. A manufacturer of communications components, his company serves the defense, telecommunications, and aerospace sectors. 150 more words

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4 charged with using 'Wounded Warrior' name to raise over $150,000 for personal profit

Dan Cristiani of Clark County, Indiana, thought he was helping veterans. His late father had been awarded two Purple Hearts, so when Cristiani received a call from the “Wounded Warrior Fund” asking for a donation to help Indiana vets, he felt it was his duty to give. 1,533 more words


Together, America's Journey

It is rare for me to find someone who shares the same passion for the untold stories of American history and its wonderful potential. Rich Trzupek is that person, and I was honored when he asked me to serve as editor of his book, and guide him through the trials and tribulations associated with bringing it to market. 524 more words


Executive Compensation at the Wounded Warriors

The Wounded Warriors organization is technically named the Wounded Warrior Project, Inc. (WWP) although many people simply refer to this non-profit 501 (c) (3) as “Wounded Warriors.” Established in 2005, WWP is based in Jacksonville, Florida and serves “veterans and service members who incurred a physical and mental injury, or wound co-incident to their military service on or after September 11, 2001.” 210 more words