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Fayetteville Warrior gets a new set of wheels

FAYETTEVILLE (WTVD) — Friday, wounded warrior William Stewart received a new souped-up wheelchair. It has tracked wheels, and can plow through soft soil, and sand. Willie, as he is known to friends and family, has come a long way. In July 2012, he and three members of his unit were wounded during a mortar attack…

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Promising treatment for ABI/Stroke

After three decades of failure, researchers have found a treatment that greatly improves the prognosis for people having the most severe and disabling strokes. By directly removing large blood lots blocking blood vessels in the brain, they can save brain tissue that would have otherwise died, enabling many to return to an independent life. Read…

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Disabled Iraq Vet gives back via Challenge

Watch this video now: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=441ULGKWHEU&list=PLyN1QdOlKBRP8SnaP1g2j_6jua…

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War’s elite tough guys, hesitant to seek healing

After his fourth combat tour, to Afghanistan in 2011, Sgt. First Class Michael B. Lube, a proud member of the Army Special Forces, came home alienated and angry. Once a rock-solid sergeant and devoted husband, he became sullen, took to drinking, got in trouble with his commanders and started beating his wife. “He would put…

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A miraculous and arduous recovery for police officer

Peter Laboy perched on a step stool in the Alexandria Police Department, the simple task of inventorying uniform shirts vexing him. He stared for a while at a row of boxes — never opening any to perform a count — then keyed in a number on his computer. His figures were close, but often wrong….

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NCC client speaks to VA employees regarding WWP

The Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Service offered a special event here on April 9, 2014. Jeremy Muncert, an Army Veteran of Iraq and Afghanistan, spoke to a crowd of about 40 people in the hospital’s living center gymnasium. Muncert, a wounded warrior, spoke about his experiences, the VA and the Wounded Warrior Project. Muncert was…

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Brain-Injured Vets search for solace

GERMANTOWN, Md.—Pete Bunce walked into a room at a U.S. military hospital in Germany in March 2004, and stared hard at the unconscious young Marine on the bed. His head, gouged by shrapnel from an insurgent bomb in Iraq, was grotesquely swollen. His face was distorted and his right eye was near blind. Mr. Bunce…

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Learning life again with the help of WWP and NCC

Army Sgt. Jeremy Muncert made it back from Iraq, haunted by what he had seen and endured but otherwise uninjured. But a car crash back home left him with one of the signature wounds of the current wars: traumatic brain injury. Muncert, a passenger in a car whose driver had been drinking, went through the…

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Studies disagree on helmet safety

Here’s a novel idea, given that American parents send almost 4 million of their children out to play tackle football every year, despite mounting concerns about youth concussions: Maybe the helmets their kids wear should be tested and ranked on how well they prevent concussion. A study to be presented at a meeting of the…

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WWP to expand Independent Living program

Helping wounded vets move from ‘surviving’ to ‘thriving’ WASHINGTON — Back when Michael Baker was a nuclear submarine technician in the Navy, he was a triathlete who spent as much time as he could exploring the Hawaiian outdoors near his naval base. But since a motorcycle accident eight years ago left him with extensive brain…

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