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Still in the Fight
Wounded, ill and injured service members from the Marine Corps and Army combine with Federal Bureau of Investigation staff during a joint physical training, job fair and morale building exercise at the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia on May 22, 2019.    (DoD Photo by Roger L. Wollenberg)
U.S. Marine Corps veteran Isaac Blunt participates at the DoD Warrior Games swimming competition in Tampa, Florida, June 29, 2019.  The 2019 Warrior Games consist of 13 Paralympic-style sports, and more than 300 athletes representing the U.S. Marine Corps, Army, Navy, Air Force, Special Operations Command, and five international teams.
The commemorative statue of 1st Sgt. Bradley Kasal being carried by Lance Cpl. Chris Marquez and Lance Cpl. Dan Shaffer, after taking heavy fire, stands outside of the Wounded Warrior Battalion-West headquarters building on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 1, 2018.  WWBn-W is committed to the successful recovery and transition of each Marine and family assigned to its care, and focuses on the mind, body and spirit of every individual when addressing recovery needs. (U.S. Marine Corps Cpl. Juan C. Bustos)
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A team Marine Corps  medical staff member provides therapy to an athlete during the 2019 DoD Warrior Games. The Warrior Games showcase the resilient spirit of today’s wounded, ill or injured service members from all branches of the military and provide a venue for recovering service members and veterans to demonstrate triumph over significant physical or invisible wounds and injuries.
Recovery, Reintegration and Resiliency
LtCol Larry Coleman
2017 Invictus Games Team
2017 Invictus Games flag handover
Wounded Warrior Regiment, Command Advisor, Mr. Paul Williamson
Wounded Warrior Regiment, Sergeant Major Karl D. Simburger