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Joint Base San Antonio
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340th FTG highlights top performers, strategic priorities during fall MUTA
November 6, 2023
— The 340th Flying Training Group held its fall mandatory unit training assembly, or MUTA, at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas, Oct. 26-27, 2023...
Next Up, Warrior Games Challenge!
March 20, 2023
— More than 90 warrior athletes competed for a spot to represent Team Air Force during the Warrior Games Challenge, happening June 1-15, 2023, at Naval Air Station North Island in San Diego, California. The Air Force Wounded Warrior Program will be hosting a training camp for Team Air Force in San Antonio May 1-5. ...
JBSA-Randolph hosts Air Force Wounded Warrior Program C.A.R.E. event
July 15, 2022
— The Air Force Wounded Warrior Program held a C.A.R.E. event at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph July 11-15. “C.A.R.E” represents four AFW2 support programs: Caregiver Support, Adaptive Sports and Ambassador Workshop, Recovering Airman Mentorship Program, Resiliency Programming and Empowerment in Transition. ...
Joint Base San Antonio hosts 2022 Air Force Trials March 19-27
March 8, 2022
— Air Force Wounded Warrior personnel are bringing the 2022 Air Force Trials to Joint Base San Antonio March 19-27. ...
Air Force Wounded Warrior Outreach and Ambassador Program helps spread awareness
February 17, 2022
— The Outreach and Ambassador Program was implemented in 2016 when a staff member, who was also a Wounded Warrior in the program, saw the need to spread awareness about AFW2 and all they do for Airmen and now Guardians. What better way to do that than hearing from those who have been directly benefited and affected by the program? ...
Stay LinkedIn versus left out with AFW2
February 1, 2022
— Did you know that the Air Force Wounded Warrior (AFW2) Program has a LinkedIn page? LinkedIn is the world’s largest online professional network allowing members and businesses to grow through professional networking; providing access to career development opportunities and allowing employers to post jobs, providing extensive information for individuals who are on the market to apply for new roles and learn about new companies...
Restoring mental health in the New Year
January 26, 2022
— When the New Year comes around, many people look at re-establishing positive aspects of their life. They declutter their homes, start a new workout routine, work on paying off debt or start a new hobby. Either way, the decisions they make are beneficial to restoring their mental health. ...
History being made: AFW2's connection
December 29, 2021
— The United States Space Force celebrated a milestone recently; they are now two years old. On Dec. 20, 2019, then-President Donald J. Trump signed the National Defense Authorization Act, establishing the first new military force since 1947...
Working at remaining resilient during the holidays
December 15, 2021
— Holidays are a time for traveling and preparing to spend time with families. This can be an exciting time, especially since COVID-19 has been keeping families apart, but for some, this is can be a really hard time to cope with since many may not be surrounded by loved ones. ...
AFW2 expands social connections
December 7, 2021
— The pandemic highlighted the need to feel more connected, as people tend to feel isolated with various restrictions in place. Along with restrictions, warriors within the AFW2 program can sometimes already feel alone due to their trauma and recovery journey. With this challenge in mind, the Community Programs team felt the need to have wounded warriors, spouses and caregivers connect to others with similar backgrounds. ...
CARE event highlights continuous support for warriors, caregivers
November 24, 2021
— More than 140 warriors and caregivers recently attended the Warrior CARE Event in San Antonio. This was the second time the Air Force Wounded Warrior, or AFW2, Program hosted a hybrid event where people attended in-person and virtually, and to say it was a success would be an understatement. ...
Air Force Wounded Warrior Program event closes gap of social distance
November 16, 2021
— The Air Force Wounded Warrior Program, or AFW2, welcomed wounded warriors and caregivers from around the country for a hybrid CARE Event, featuring a combination of in-person and virtual attendees...
New processes happening at AFW2
October 12, 2021
— The Air Force Wounded Warrior, or AFW2, Program is always looking for new ways to keep up with the world, expand and improve current processes to ensure they meet the needs of their warriors and caregivers...
The Initial Perception: Recovery Care Coordinators assist with Air Force Wounded Warrior Program
August 12, 2021
— There are many common sayings that go along with how important the first impression you leave on someone is. No matter the circumstances for someone’s behavior, on any particular day, there is no way to reverse that initial interaction, conversation, attitude, etc. For this reason, and many more, the Air Force Wounded Warrior Program, or AFW2, puts some of their best people as the first stop our warriors interact with. ...
Team Air Force has arrived at training camp
July 26, 2021
— The Air Force Wounded Warrior Program from Headquarters, Air Force Personnel Center, is hosting the 2021 Warrior Games Training Camp, July 23-30 at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph and JBSA-Fort Sam Houston...
Living with PTSD: Family Style
June 30, 2021
— Many people have heard of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, or PTSD, and associate it with a tragic car wreck, military combat or sexual assault. Although those events can cause PTSD, there are hundreds...
PTSD & Me: A warrior’s journey to reducing the stigma behind living with invisible wounds
June 16, 2021
— During a 2006 deployment to Afghanistan, retired Master Sgt. Adam Boccher attempted to mount a weapon on top of a Humvee when he heard a rocket launch headed in his direction. Leaping for cover, he...
Shedding light on the invisible wounds of PTSD
June 4, 2021
— According to the National Center for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, or PTSD, more than 7.7 million Americans over the age of 18 suffer from PTSD...
AFW2 behind the scenes: Celebrating the Month of the Military Caregiver
May 13, 2021
— Who is an AFW2 Caregiver? An AFW2 Caregiver is a person who provides daily support in some fashion to a wounded, ill or injured Airman in an effort to sustain a healthy, resilient, and rewarding life as they navigate the continuum of care (examples; spouse, mother, father, uncle, aunt, friend, or another close contact of the warrior). ...
Through good days and bad: A caregiver supports wife's recovery from invisible wounds
May 10, 2021
— There are many roles a person will play in a lifetime. For military families, these roles often cross the threshold of personal and professional life...