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Wounded Warrior Regiment Wheelchair Basketball Camp

Lance Cpl. Wayne Damron and Cpl. Matthew Miller from Detachment San Antonio Military Medical Center participate in a scimmage match during the Wounded Warrior Regiment Wheelchair Basketball Camp at the University of Central Florida in Orlando. Marines and Marine veterans participating in the camp will enhance their skills in the areas of passing and shooting, as well as both defensive and offensive techniques. The Warrior Athlete Reconditioning Program (WAR-P) provides activities and opportunities for wounded, ill or injured Marines to train as athletes, while increasing their strength so they can continue with military service or develop healthy habits for life outside the service.



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This work, Wounded Warrior Regiment Wheelchair Basketball Camp [Image 17 of 17], by Victoria Long, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:01.09.2014

Date Posted:01.10.2014 13:29

Photo ID:1148920

VIRIN:140109-M-XU385-689

Resolution:3238x2158

Size:529.02 KB

Location:ORLANDO, FL, USGlobe

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