The training camp for the Wounded Warrior Pacific Invitational is underway. Team Navy is having an awesome time in Navy Region Hawaii. Learn more about this great event and adaptive athletics! #WarriorInvitational
Do you live in Navy Region Hawaii? Please join us at the 2014 Wounded Warrior Pacific Invitational Jan. 8-10 at Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam and Iolani High School! Watch Navy and Coast Guard wounded warriors go head-to-head against recovering service members from the Air Force, Army, Marines, and Special Operations Command. It will be an event to remember!
Learn more NOW. Hope to see you there!
World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) athletes visited seriously wounded, ill and injured service members at Naval Base Kitsap – Bremerton as part of the WWE’s Tribute to the Troops effort. On Dec. 11, Navy Wounded Warrior – Safe Harbor enrollees met with some of the professional wrestlers for a private autograph session. Culinary Specialist 2nd Class Larry Westerfield particularly enjoyed posing for a photo with wrestler Ryback (above).
Check out a wonderful collection of photos of seriously wounded, ill and injured service members recovering in Navy Region Southeast. Navy Wounded Warrior – Safe Harbor Non-medical Care Manager Lt. Cmdr. Chris “Riggs” Burks is pictured with an enrollee in the upper-left photo; he is based at the San Antonio Military Medical Center and is one of seven Navy Wounded Warrior – Safe Harbor representatives in the region.
Two Navy wounded warriors attended a special reception Nov. 30 before the University of Hawaii football team faced off against the Army team. Information Systems Technician 1st Class Christian Pollock and his son, Daniel (left), and Chief Career Counselor Ching Dressel and her husband, Billy (right), enjoyed the day’s festivities. Pollock also recognized with other wounded warriors at a half-time presentation celebrating Military Appreciation Day.