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Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) is mourning the loss of WWP board of directors member, Rear Admiral Kevin F. Delaney (ret.), who passed away on Tuesday, April 7, 2015 after a valiant battle with cancer.
“Wounded Warrior Project is deeply saddened by the loss of Admiral Delaney, a great mentor, leader, and friend,” said Steve Nardizzi, WWP chief executive officer. “Admiral Delaney lived his life working diligently to serve others – especially veterans and their families. He truly embodied our mission to honor and empower Wounded Warriors, and he will be forever in our thoughts as we strive toward our vision of fostering the most successful, well-adjusted generation of wounded service members in our nation's history.”
Burbank, CA, April 15, 2015 – From director Clint Eastwood comes “American Sniper,” arriving onto Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD and Digital HD on May 19 from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment in association with Village Roadshow Pictures, A Mad Chance Production, A 22nd & Indiana Production. “American Sniper” stars Bradley Cooper as Chris Kyle, whose skills as a sniper made him a hero on the battlefield. But there was much more to him than his skill as a sharpshooter.
ATLANTA - Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) Soldier Ride® will arrive in Atlanta on April 23 for a three-day rehabilitative cycling event. Soldier Ride brings injured veterans from across the country together for a long weekend focused on physical health and wellness, camaraderie, and healing.
The wheels are set in motion with a bike fitting where injured service members are fit with adaptive equipment on April 23 at the Evergreen Marriott Conference Center. During the three-day event, Wounded Warrior Project provides state-of-the-art cycling equipment to injured service members at no cost, including adaptive hand cycles, trikes, and bicycles to accommodate various injuries and disabilities, as well as upright road bikes for riders not requiring adaptive equipment.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) Soldier Ride® will arrive in the Washington, D.C. area on April 14 for a five-day rehabilitative cycling event that travels from Northern Virginia to Maryland. Soldier Ride brings injured service members from across the country together for a long weekend focused on physical health and wellness, camaraderie, and healing. Along with cycling, they will also participate in team building and other physical activities. Some of this year’s participants will be traveling from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center for the inspirational journey.
The week-long event begins with a bike fitting where each injured service members is fit with adaptive equipment to meet their specific needs. On Wednesday, the group will cycle 17 miles through the picturesque vistas of the Mason Neck National Wildlife Refuge, The following day, they will visit Washington, D.C. with a trip to the White House. The ride will pick back up on Friday, for a ride in Annapolis, Md. which includes a trip through the United States Naval Academy. That afternoon will also include an exclusive workout at Under Armour’s Baltimore headquarters. On Saturday, they will head to Marlboro County for a hilly 20-mile ride to wrap up the week.
Jacksonville, Fla. (March 27, 2015) - Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) has assembled an advisory council to advance the current and future work of WWP. This group of accomplished community leaders will provide leadership with direction that will help achieve WWP’s vision of fostering the most successful, well-adjusted generation of wounded service members in our nation’s history.
Created by WWP’s leadership team and board of directors, the advisory council includes senior government officials, current and former service members and/or caregivers, corporate or major donors, C-suite executives, and national figures who have demonstrated an interest in the WWP mission of honoring and empowering Wounded Warriors.
“The WWP Advisory Council will help guide the direction of the organization and navigate its future,” says WWP chief operating officer Al Giordano. “This council brings a wealth of experience to the table and will serve as an invaluable resource as we strive towards our goal of serving 100,000 warriors by 2017 and raising $500 million for our Long-Term Support Trust.”
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