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The Wounded Warrior Regiment provides leadership and ensures compliance with laws and Department of Defense (DoD) regulations related to the support, recovery, and non-medical care of combat and non-combat wounded, ill, and injured (WII) Marines, Sailors attached to Marine units, and their family members in order to maximize their recovery as they return to duty or transition to civilian life.


Who we Serve: Our Population

Wounded Warrior Regiment is committed to the recovery and success of Marines whether they are assigned to the regiment, remain with a parent unit, or have already transitioned to civilian life. We keep faith with Marines through our various types of support, ranging from section leaders and recovery care coordinators supporting active duty Marines to the District Injured Support Coordinators/Field Support Representatives and call center representatives assisting reserve and veteran Marines. WWR also offers the support of Clinical Care Advocates (CCA), licensed clinical social workers, registered nurses, nurse practitioners, or physician assistants who are located at WWR and Battalions and work closely with WII Marines and medical staff to help determine the most appropriate resources for medical and psychological issues. CCA’s are available to assist throughout all levels of support.



The regimental headquarters, located in Quantico, Virginia, commands the operation of two Wounded Warrior Battalions and multiple detachments in locations around the globe, including major military treatment facilities and Department of Veterans Affairs Polytrauma Rehabilitation Centers. We have Marine leaders standing shoulder-to-shoulder with our warriors and families. Regardless of location, our services are available to the total force – active duty, reserve, and veteran Marines and their families.



Wounded Warrior Battalions

The Wounded Warrior Regiment achieves its mission through two battalions. Each Wounded Warrior Regiment Battalion (WWBn) also has a contact center. Contact Center Representatives monitor a Marine's recovery within their area of responsibility and provide information on programs and resources. Click the buttons below to learn more about each battalion: