Information to assist wounded, ill and injured Marines through their recovery mission.
Information to assist wounded, ill and injured Marines families and caregivers with their current and future needs.
Tools to assist your wounded, ill and injured Marines.
Tools to inform staff about Regimental and warrior care topics.
We are the official command charged by the Commandant of the Marine Corps to provide longitudinal care and support for wounded, ill, and injured Marines and their families.
The Wounded Warrior Regiment provides leadership and enables non-medical care to combat and non-combat Wounded, Ill, and Injured (WII) Marines, sailors attached to Marine units, and their family members in order to maximize their recovery as they return to duty or transition to civilian life.
The Regimental headquarters, located in Quantico, Virginia, commands the operation of two Wounded Warrior Battalions and multiple detachments in locations around the globe, including major military treatment facilities and Department of Veterans Affairs Polytrauma Rehabilitation Centers. We have Marine leaders standing shoulder-to-shoulder with our warriors and families. Regardless of location, our services are available to the total force – active duty, reserve, veteran Marines, and their families.
Currently, the WWR is supporting the following populations:
We keep faith with Marines from the moment they step on the yellow footprints and continue to support them into Veteran status. Our commitment to our wounded, ill, and injured Marines is enduring.
Since 2007 the number of Marines supported:
The ultimate fulfillment of our contract with America is embodied in the WWR and shows every Marine that we will keep faith with them always.
For more information about the Wounded Warrior Regiment contact the Sergeant Merlin German Wounded Warrior Call Center 24/7 at 1-877-487-6299. Click here for more information about Wounded Warrior Battalion East or Wounded Warrior Battalion West.
The Marine Corps Trials took place on Camp Pendleton, CA from March 3-11, 2015. This event is an 8-sport Paralympic-style invitational involving more than 300 wounded, ill, or injured Marines and international competitors. Participants will be organized into four competing teams – two active duty teams, a Marine Veteran team, and an international team comprised of wounded warriors from Australia, Colombia, France, Georgia, Germany, the Netherlands, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom.
The purpose of the Marine Corps Trials is to provide an opportunity for all wounded, ill, or injured Marines to further the rehabilitation of their minds, bodies, and spirits through competition and camaraderie. For some, the Trials are a milestone in their personal athletic goals. For others, it is an opportunity to experience new activities and connect with their fellow wounded warriors. For all of the participants, the Trials are a chance to come together and focus on their abilities, not their disabilities.