The Wounded Warrior Amputee Football Team (WWAFT.org) is composed of service
men and women who lost a limb in Iraq or Afghanistan and they have played NFL Alumni
teams 18 times previously, including at the last 7 Super Bowls… Among the NFL Alumni
who have participated in previous games are: Roger Staubach, Rocky Bleier, Jerry Kramer,
Randy White, Charles Haley, Jack Youngblood, Anthony Munoz, Dan Hampton, Sam Huff,
Ron Jaworski, Drew Bledsoe, Chad Hennings, Daryl Johnston, Jeff Garcia, more than 400
NFL Alumni, and we expect (hope to have) a respectable turnout for this tribute as well.

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San Diego, CA – National Veterans Transition Services, Inc. aka REBOOT is planning to launch a second reverse boot camp site in Downey California (Los Angeles County) in September 2017. Launched in 2010, REBOOT was the nation’s first successful reverse boot camp that gained national attention as White House Champions of Change in 2011. Many

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SAN DIEGO – Many veterans who have spent years in the military helping protect our country are now preparing to take on a new mission in the New Year. Hire GI is a San Diego-based company that connects service members to the workforce. Many veterans don’t know how to communicate their military services and accomplishments

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When returning from active duty, many veterans go directly to higher education. With legislation such as the GI Bills in place, it’s clear that this is an encouraged path. However, to follow this route, vets need to navigate the transition from military life to academic classes, with all the behind-the-scenes work that entails. It’s important

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Veterans have experienced many ups and downs this year. As 2016 started, there was hope that we would see big improvements at the federal level in the area of healthcare services, benefits and claims processing, educational benefits, homeless outreach, and particularly in mental health services. Source: Kelli Germeraad: Veterans deserve improved services

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