Army Chaplain Preaches the Gospel of the Soldier Recovery Units
August 8, 2022
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Army Chaplain Preaches the Gospel of the Soldier Recovery Units
August 5, 2022
Father Phillip Tah is the Chaplain at the Fort Drum Soldier Recovery Unit

Paralysis won’t stop this Soldier from achieving dreams
August 4, 2022
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Team Army Coach Says Small Progress is still Victory
July 11, 2022
U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Jack Deleuw practices for the 100- meter wheelchair race with Team Army Coach Adriane Wilson at Army Trials May 8, 2022, at Fort Bragg North Carolina. Photo courtesy of Spc. Aleksander Fomin

How the Walter Reed SRU helped a soccer player - turned -Soldier tackle Cancer
June 28, 2022
Staff Sgt. Roy Thompson and fellow Soldiers add to the bounty of fish caught on a trip from the Walter Reed Soldier Recovery unit at Taylors Island Delaware in 2021

Permanent neurological condition won’t stop this Soldier from competing
May 9, 2022
U.S. Army Cpl. Tiffanie Johnson rides an upright cycle in the cycling event during the U.S. Army Trials at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, May 7, 2022. Nearly 40 wounded, ill, and injured Soldiers are at Fort Bragg May 3 - 9 to compete in a series of athletic events including archery, cycling, shooting, sitting volleyball, swimming, powerlifting, track, field, rowing, and wheelchair basketball. The Army holds qualifying trials for active duty Soldiers and veterans to assess and select athletes for competition in the DoD Warrior Games. Active duty athletes compete in person at Army Trials to be assessed for selection, while veterans compete virtually and submit their results to the Army Recovery Care Program for assessment. This year, the DoD Warrior Games will take place in Orlando, Florida August 16 – 29, 2022.

Army Trials helps injured Soldier show the world she can still compete
May 8, 2022
U.S. Army Cpl. Jennifer Acker rides an upright cycle in the cycling event during the U.S. Army Trials at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, May 7, 2022. Nearly 40 wounded, ill, and injured Soldiers are at Fort Bragg May 3 - 9 to compete in a series of athletic events including archery, cycling, shooting, sitting volleyball, swimming, powerlifting, track, field, rowing, and wheelchair basketball. The Army holds qualifying trials for active duty Soldiers and veterans to assess and select athletes for competition in the DoD Warrior Games. Active duty athletes compete in person at Army Trials to be assessed for selection, while veterans compete virtually and submit their results to the Army Recovery Care Program for assessment. This year, the DoD Warrior Games will take place in Orlando, Florida August 16 – 29, 2022

Injured Soldier is pedaling his way to victory on the course and in life
May 7, 2022
U.S. Army 1st Lt. Ryan Arthur, trains for cycling before competing in the U.S. Army Trials at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, May 5, 2022. Nearly 40 wounded, ill and injured Soldiers are at Fort Bragg May 3 - 9 to compete in a series of athletic events including archery, cycling, shooting, sitting volleyball, swimming, powerlifting, track, field, rowing, and wheelchair basketball. The Army holds qualifying trials for active duty Soldiers and veterans to assess and select athletes for competition in the DoD Warrior Games. Active duty athletes compete in person at the Army Trials to be assessed for selection, while veterans compete virtually and submit their results to the Army Recovery Care Program for assessment and Team Army selection. This year, the DoD Warrior Games will take place in Orlando, Florida, August 16 - 29, 2022.

I didn’t know the Army cared this much about me
May 6, 2022
U.S. Army Spc. Corine Hamilton throws a discus during a track and field event during the U.S. Army Trials at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, May 5, 2022. Nearly 40 wounded, ill and injured Soldiers and veterans are at Fort Bragg May 3 - 9 to compete in a series of athletic events including archery, cycling, shooting, sitting volleyball, swimming, powerlifting, track, field, rowing, and wheelchair basketball. The Army holds qualifying trials for Active Duty and veterans to assess and select athletes for competition in the DoD Warrior Games. Active Duty athletes compete in person at Army Trials to be assessed for selection, while veterans compete virtually and submit their results to the Army Recovery Care Program (ARCP) for assessment. This year, the DoD Warrior Games will take place in Orlando, Florida August 16 – 29, 2022.

Amputee Soldier Credits Fort Campbell SRU With His Return to Duty Status
May 5, 2022
Spc. Tyler Loveridge and members of Bravo Battery 232 at PT at the Fort Campbell Soldier Recovery Unit (SRU) in Kentucky in August 2021.

Rebuilding Lives: How Adaptive Recovery Helps Soldiers With an Uncertain Future
April 22, 2022
Staff Sgt. Judson Heard, a Soldier assigned to the Fort Bragg Soldier Recovery Unit, North Carolina, catches a wave at Carolina Beach on July 29 during an adaptive surfing event.

Capt. Casey Turner Feels Stronger Than Ever Going Into Invictus Games
April 21, 2022
U.S. Army Capt. Casey Turner prepares to compete in the 2022 Invictus Games by training in cycling during the 2022 Invictus Games Team U.S. Training Camp, Fort Belvoir, Virginia, April 9, 2022. Team U.S is a part of more than 500 participants from 20 countries who will take part in The Invictus Games The Hague 2020 featuring ten adaptive sports, including archery, field, indoor rowing, powerlifting, swimming, track, sitting volleyball, wheelchair basketball, wheelchair rugby, and a driving challenge.

Staff Sgt. Ross Alewine Excited to Return to Invictus Games
April 20, 2022
Retired U.S. Army Staff Sgt Ross Alewine throws a shot putt during a practice session on Fort Belvoir, Virginia, on April 8, 2022. Team U.S. is a part of more than 500 participants from 20 countries who will take part in The Invictus Games The Hague 2020 featuring ten adaptive sports, including archery field, indoor rowing powerlifting, swimming, track, sitting, volleyball, wheelchair basketball, wheelchair rugby, and a driving challenge

Competition Drives Spc. Angela Euson at Invictus Games
April 20, 2022
Retired U.S. Army Spc. Angela Euson prepares to compete in the 2022 Invictus Games by training in swimming during the 2022 Invictus Games Team U.S. Training Camp, Fort Belvoir, Virginia, April 11, 2022. Team U.S is a part of more than 500 participants from 20 countries who will take part in The Invictus Games The Hague 2020 featuring ten adaptive sports, including archery, field, indoor rowing, powerlifting, swimming, track, sitting volleyball, wheelchair basketball, wheelchair ruby, and a driving challenge.

Spc. Brent Garlic: Team US Growing Together Through Invictus Games
April 20, 2022
Retired U.S. Army Spc. Brent Garlic throws a basketball during a practice session on Fort Belvoir, Va, April 9, 2022. Team U.S. is a part of more than 500 participants from 20 countries who will take part in The Invictus Games The Hague 2020 featuring ten adaptive sports, including archery field, indoor rowing powerlifting, swimming, track, sitting, volleyball, wheelchair basketball, wheelchair rugby, and a driving challenge.

Sgt. 1st Class Hyoshin Cha: Invictus Games Show Soldiers Can ‘Adapt and Overcome’
April 20, 2022
Retired U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Hyoshin "Gabi" Cha prepares to compete in the Invictus Games, held in the Netherlands, by training in wheelchair basketball at the 2022 Invictus Games Team U.S. Training Camp, Fort Belvoir, Virginia, April 9, 2022. Team U.S is a part of more than 500 participants from 20 countries who will take part in The Invictus Games The Hague 2020 featuring ten adaptive sports, including archery, field, indoor rowing, powerlifting, swimming, track, sitting volleyball, wheelchair basketball, wheelchair rugby, and a driving challenge.

Staff Sgt. Beth King: Invictus Games Is ‘About Resiliency’
April 20, 2022
Retired U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Beth King prepares to compete in the 2022 Invictus Games by training in discus during the 2022 Invictus Games Team U.S. Training Camp, Fort Belvoir, Virginia, April 10, 2022. Team U.S is a part of more than 500 participants from 20 countries who will take part in The Invictus Games The Hague 2020 featuring ten adaptive sports, including archery, field, indoor rowing, powerlifting, swimming, track, sitting volleyball, wheelchair basketball, wheelchair rugby, and a driving challenge.

Capt. Alex Wilson Achieves Lofty Goals on Way to Invictus Games
April 20, 2022
Retired U.S. Army Capt. Alex Wilson prepares to compete in the 2022 Invictus Games by training in shot put during the 2022 Invictus Games Team U.S. Training Camp, Fort Belvoir, Virginia, April 11, 2022. Team U.S is a part of more than 500 participants from 20 countries who will take part in The Invictus Games The Hague 2020 featuring ten adaptive sports, including archery, field, indoor rowing, powerlifting, swimming, track, sitting volleyball, wheelchair basketball, wheelchair ruby, and a driving challenge.

Invictus Training Camp Ends With Successful Scrimmage Games
April 20, 2022
Invictus Games competitors participate in a scrimmage during rugby training April 12, 2022 on Fort Belvoir, VA. Team U.S is a part of more than 500 participants from 20 countries who will take part in The Invictus Games The Hague 2020 featuring ten adaptive sports, including archery, field, indoor rowing, powerlifting, swimming, track, sitting volleyball, wheelchair basketball, wheelchair ruby, and a driving challenge.

Staff Sgt. Runnels: Team US at Invictus Games Is ‘One Team, One Fight Together’
April 19, 2022
Retired U.S. Staff Sgt. Shawn Runnells , Team U.S., trains for wheelchair basketball practice, during the Invictus Games Team U.S. Training Camp at Fort Belvoir, Virginia on April 11, 2022. Team U.S. is part of more than 500 participants from 20 countries who will take part in this multi-sport event featuring ten adaptive sports, including archery, field, indoor rowing, powerlifting, swimming, track, sitting volleyball, wheelchair basketball, wheelchair rugby, and a driving challenge.