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Fort Hood Sentinel

Army takes 9 medals in cycling at DoD Warrior Games

DVIDS–Defense Video & Imagery Distribution System

Army cyclists roll their way to the podium

Video: Cycling – U.S. Army Veteran Sean Johnson – 2015 Warrior Games

Video: 2015 Department of Defense Warrior Games WTC Version


Connecticut Woman Creates Non-Profit to Help Military Caregivers

Washington Times

Wounded Warrior Caregiving Hero: Meet Melissa Johnson

Warrior Care Com

2014 Warrior Games–Cycling Competition

DOD News

Competing at the Warrior Games

Argus Leader

Warrior Games keep blind vet in touch with Army

Aberdeen American News

Aberdeen man riding into history

Warrior Games possible in Aberdeen veteran’s future

Local veteran to compete in Warrior Games this fall

DVIDS–Defense Video & Imagery Distribution System

Staff Sgt. Sean Johnson – 2014 Warrior Games

‘You may be Wounded, Ill or Injured but You’re not Defeated,’ tandem cyclist says at US Army Warrior Trials

Vision impairment won’t stop wounded veteran at Warrior Games Trials

Rapid City Journal

Injury gives snowboarder new purpose

JOHNSON: Recognizing Military and Veterans Caregiver Month

The Daily Plainsman

Spirit of Dakota announces nominees

Finding help at home: Melissa came home, to help Sean come back home

Aberdeen American News

Aberdeen woman selected for Elizabeth Dole Fellows program

Local veterans protest moving county services


Purple Heart Recipient Has Home Remodeled

Soldiers Magazine

The Depths of Love:  Chronicling the Journey from Army Spouse to Caregiver

Story by:  Elizabeth M. Collins, Soldiers Live

Bonus Blog by Brannan Vines:  What I Wish I’d Known When I Started Life as a Caregiver

To The Point

The Soldiers Who Are Making it Home

with host Warren Olney on  KCRW Radio

On Memorial Day, Americans honor those who have died serving their country, but what about those who’ve survived? The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have the lowest casualty rates of all American conflicts. More than 95% of the wounded are coming home. Many have survived injuries that were deadly in previous wars, but they’ve been left with life-long conditions requiring high-tech medical care. Can the Veterans’ Administration cope with unexpected numbers and very high costs? What about loved ones who’ve become caregivers full time?

CBS News

Story by: Michelle Miller

Caregivers of US Veterans Bear Scars of War

Treating Family Members Suffering from PTSD

Story by: Heather Sweeney and Ward Carroll

Challenges Remain in Warrior Transition Units

Aberdeen American News

Group working to modify disabled vet’s home in Aberdeen

Six years after injury, Aberdeen soldier awarded Purple Heart

The Daily Plainsman

Local family joins nationwide campaign:  Love letters tell stories of life after combat

Poorly Networked Systems Leave Vets on Their Own When Seeking Care

Story by:  Bob Brewin

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