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2015 Air Force Wounded Warrior Trials 2015 Air Force Wounded Warrior Trials
The Nellis Air Force Base honor guard posts the American, Australian and United Kingdom colors during the opening ceremony of the Air Force Wounded Warrior (AFW2)...
2015 Air Force Wounded Warrior Trials 2015 Air Force Wounded Warrior Trials
Staff Sgt. August O'Niell, a pararescueman in the Air Force Wounded Warrior program, takes a knee while waiting for a UH-60 Black Hawk from the 66th Rescue Squadron...
2015 Air Force Wounded Warrior Trials 2015 Air Force Wounded Warrior Trials
Two UH-60 Black Hawks perform a maneuver during the 2015 Air Force Wounded Warrior Trials on Nellis Air Force Base, Nev. Feb. 27, 2015. The Air Force Trials are an...
2015 Air Force Wounded Warrior Trials 2015 Air Force Wounded Warrior Trials
Staff Sgt. (ret.) Kevin Taylor, a Satellite Beach, Fla., native takes part in archery practice during the Air Force Wounded Warrior 2015 Trials on Nellis Air Force...
Exercise Scorpion Lens 15 Exercise Scorpion Lens 15
U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Natalie Powell, 1st Combat Camera Squadron combat broadcaster, listens to radio communication during Exercise Scorpion Lens held at...
Exercise Scorpion Lens 15 Exercise Scorpion Lens 15
Combat camera Airmen conduct a patrol during Exercise Scorpion Lens 15 at North Auxiliary Airfield, S.C., Feb. 11, 2015. Exercise Scorpion Lens is an annual exercise...


Recent Video

Wounded Warrior Stories: Master Sgt. (Ret) Hope Giger Wounded Warrior Stories: Master Sgt. (Ret) Hope Giger
There are many different programs for wounded warriors to make their way to recovery. Retired Air Force Master Sgt. Hope Giger has gone through a few of those, but...
Eric Grubbs, Wounded Warrior Eric Grubbs, Wounded Warrior
Eric Grubbs talks about his experiences as a recovering servicemember. He talks about how the Wounded Warrior Program changed his life.
TSgt Linn Knight Wounded Warrior Feature TSgt Linn Knight Wounded Warrior Feature
An Air Force Wounded Warrior Program participant speaks about recovering from breast cancer during the adaptive sports camp at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas.
Unsung Heroes Unsung Heroes
Air Force Wounded Warrior Program supporters shed light on the importance of giving back to caregivers during the adaptive sports camp at Joint Base San...
VP Supports SVA VP Supports SVA
U.S. Vice President Joe Biden addresses the Student Veterans of America during their annual conference to promote military veterans’ access to higher education,...
U.S Airmen Train Iraqi F-16 Pilots U.S Airmen Train Iraqi F-16 Pilots
The F-16 Fighting Falcon first took to the skies in December 1976, and in the thirty-eight years since that maiden flight, this venerable aircraft has not only been...


Recent News Stories

Air Force Wounded Warrior helps Airman on road to recovery
There are many roads on the road to recovery. Each situation is different depending on the person, severity of injury or illness and the lifestyle in which one would...
Overcoming the fear, how a couple moved forward
While the Air Force Wounded Warrior Program staff welcomed a new intake of recovering service members, one couple welcomed a new take on life.
Air Force veteran uses sports to adapt and overcome
“I suffered a traumatic brain injury and shrapnel hit my ankle.” Staff Sgt. Melissa Gonzalez, a medically retired veteran, was a member of the 60th Security...
Air Force Wounded Warrior Program provides Airman with hope
Some Airmen dream of a 20-year career. Some know they’ll serve one enlistment and then separate. But some have that decision taken right out of their hands.
Airmen volunteer in storm-wracked areas of Okla. Airmen volunteer in storm-wracked areas of Okla.
Nature’s wrath in the form of a 1.5-mile-wide, EF5 tornado ripped a path through the town of Moore, Okla., just south of Oklahoma City, May 20, killing 24, injuring...


Recent Audio

Things that go boom
Officers from the 343rd Training Squadron trained in the Basic Officer's course to become proficient with the M-67 grenade and M-18 Claymore mine.
A tight fit (for radio)
A joint team of Airmen and Soldiers train on preparing and loading the Sentinel Mobile Command Center onto a C-5 Galaxy.
Tuskegee Airman Movie Screening
Radio story about the screening of the new movie Red Tails. The film is a fictional tale based on the real actions of Tuskegee Airmen during World War II.