Wounded Warrior Transition Program

Mar. 28th | Posted by 0 comments

The Wounded Warrior Transition Program was developed by the military to help transition wounded warriors, of all service branches, either back to their units if they are physically able after rehab or assist them in transition to civilian life if they are medically discharged from the service.

The AUSA is a national, not for profit organization, with local chapters throughout the United States and overseas, whose mission it is to support soldiers and their families, Active Duty, NG, Reserve and Retired.

The Ft. Leonard Wood Chapter of the AUSA has developed a Wounded Warrior Fund that assists these service members and their families with morale and welfare activities, along with emergency financial support as they process through the transition program. The FLW Chapter of the AUSA funded the airlines tickets and a $500.00 expense stipend for the Turner Family. Eagle Travel, LLC, a corporate sponsor of the FLW AUSA, provided the accommodations in Jupiter.