The Wounded Warrior Experience includes a discussion profiling several wounded warriors who have served on the front lines in Afghanistan and Iraq, along with individuals who have worked to ease their transition home.
This was the fourth year for the event, again hosted by Jennifer Griffin, National Security Correspondent for Fox News. The program was broadcast throughout the week of Veterans Day on The Pentagon Channel. Visit woundedwarriorexperience.com for more details.
The Wounded Warrior Experience is part of the American Veterans Center's Annual Veterans Conference, spotlighting the inspiring stories of veterans who were wounded in action. In this excerpt from the 2013 conference, former Marine Corps Corporal Garrett Jones elaborates on returning to the front lines after being wounded - one of the few service members to do so.
Every year as part of AVC's Veterans Day Conference, the Wounded Warrior Experience brings together America's heroes and the military's youth for a compelling panel discussion of veterans experiences being wounded in battle. Hosted by Jennifer Griffin of FOX News.
The Wounded Warrior Experience is filmed annually for a special Veterans Day television program on DoD News and American Forces Network. The program, which has been hosted by Bret Baier and Jennifer Griffin, spotlights the inspiring stories of valor, honor, and perseverance of wounded service members. The program also offers resources for wounded warriors suffering from PTS and traumatic brain injuries, as well as touches on important issues facing our military's wounded warriors.
The Wounded Warrior Experience, presented by the American Veterans Center and the Military Order of the Purple Heart will be airing on DoD News the weekend of November 14th. The program features conversations with wounded veterans who have overcome the challenges of returning to civil life after seeing action in combat.