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Wounded Warrior Regiment

ETIAM IN PUGNA

Still in the Fight

Leaders & Staff

Your Marine

If you have or know a Marine who is on limited duty, has recently fallen ill or incurred a wound or injury, or is being referred in the Integrated Disability Evaluation System (IDES), the Wounded Warrior Regiment has the expertise to assist you in determining how best to support your Marine. The Leaders’ Guide provides information on when to consider referral to WWR, major programs of the WWR, transition resources and other helpful resources.

Assignment

The Commandant of the Marine Corps expressed intent that WII Marines should remain assigned to their parent units, as long as their medical conditions allow and their units can support them. When recovery needs are too great, Marines may be assigned to a Wounded Warrior Regiment element in order to focus completely on recovering and returning to full and unrestricted duty or transitioning to civilian life.

Assignment to the WWR is typically considered if the Marine:

  • Has injuries that will require more than 90 days of medical treatment or rehabilitation.
  • Has three or more appointments of complex nature per week.
  • Has transportation requirements to appointments that the parent command cannot support.
  • Is unable to serve a function in the parent command due to their injuries or illnesses.

Assignment to the WWR is typically not considered if:

  • A Line of Duty or misconduct investigation is required and not yet complete. 
  • There are pending military or civilian legal issues. 
  • The Marine is already at the Physical Evaluation Board (PEB) step in the IDES process.
  • The Marine requires a level of monitoring or observation which cannot be provided by the WWR (24-hour watch, extreme psychological or behavioral conditions, etc.)

WWR Leaders' Guide

This guide is intended as a desktop resources for Commanders and Leaders. You will have quick access to information:

  • Wounded Warrior Regiment Resources and Referral Processes

  • Limited Duty Procedures

  • Integrated Disability Evaluation System Processing

  • Transition Checklist

This guide can also be downloaded and saved to use the hyperlinks throughout the guide.

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Points of Contact

WWR Operation Section
smbwwropscenter@usmc.mil

WWR Medical Section
wwrmedcell@usmc.mil

WWR Recovery Care Coordinators
WWRRCC@usmc.mil

Medical Section

The Medical Section is a component
of the WWR that provides medical
SME, advocacy, and liaison to the
medical community; including VA
Health Care Centers, military treatment
facilities, civilian and community
medical providers as well as academic
universities and non-profit agencies.

Medical Section staff includes the
Regimental Surgeon, a Mental Health
Advisor, a Nurse Case Manager, a
Psychological Health Advisor, a
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Advisor,
and Clinical Care Advocates.