1. NW Resident on Walter Reed Development

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    • THE JOURNEY HOME: Carry The Load

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      Kody Wilson lost a leg and a best friend in Iraq. He overcame survivor’s guilt by learning to carry the load.

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      • THE JOURNEY HOME: Healing Waters

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        Three combat vets, each injured in a different war, find healing through flyfishing.

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        • Value Place (Fayetteville Walter Reed)

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          Value Place Walter Reed in Fayetteville, NC, is conveniently located off of All American Expressway and Walter Reed Rd. Fayetteville is known for its important role in some of America’s defining moments. Home to one of the largest Army installations in the country, Ft. Bragg, there’s a strong sense of pride, as it is one of the few places where American freedom, democracy, and patriotism were established and continues to grow. This Value Place location is about 20 minutes south from all of the fun and activities in the town of Fayetteville. At this property, you are minutes away from the Cameo Art House Theatre and the Cape Fear Botanical Gardens. You can also conveniently enjoy the Fayetteville Museum of Art and the Area Transportation Museum while you’re downtown, which also happens to be the epicenter of the city’s history and culture. Take a walk down the cobblestone sidewalks of Hay Street while you admire the eclectic array of art galleries, historical buildings, and unique eateries and shops—you won’t want to leave once you get here. While in Fayetteville, make sure to take in a round of golf at one of several courses or spend a day at Freedom Memorial Park. Value Place Fayetteville Bragg is also in close proximity to the Cape Fear River Trail, the Myrtle Hill Plantation and Liberty Point—all locally cherished historical spots. Between the nightlife, great outdoors, sports, historic trails, landmarks, military sites, shopping, and agritourism, you can never run out of things to do, regardless of the duration of your stay.

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          • CBS58 Interview with Walter Reed at Alverno College 4-2-2014

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            CBS 58 interviewed Walter Reed, a Holocaust survivor who spoke at Alverno College's 13th annual Holocaust Remembrance Service.

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            • The Battle for Recovery

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              In 2007, the scandalous treatment of wounded soldiers at Walter Reed Army Medical Center shocked the nation. Today, after major reforms, what has changed for America’s injured soldiers? Watch more videos at: nytimes.com/video Follow on Twitter: twitter.com/nytvideo

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              • The Brew Angels: demo for a feature film

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                Disabled veterans at a fictional version of Walter Reed create a springboard DIVING team called The Brew Angels, after their favorite fuel. Their morale is low and their rehab facility, like the real Walter Reed, is threatened with closing. Conquering their fears and inhibitions, the vets hop out onto the high board and take flight, reclaiming futures they thought had been stolen from them. Their coach is their night nurse, a former high school star who could use some rehab herself. The success of the team draws attention to the way all vets are under-served and under-respected these days. I served my country in the Peace Corps years ago, inspired by John Kennedy, and I have great admiration for anyone who serves. I think the neglect of veterans is a national disgrace. To move the project forward, I created a short demo at the NYU pool featuring a real vet who was a very reluctant actor but who did a great job. Originally I had written into my screenplay a cameo for my former student Oliver Stone, who arrives to save the day. When he ignored my project, I turned instead to a fictional version of Rolling Thunder, the motorcycle club of Vietnam Veterans. I love this cause and this project and will continue to promote it.

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                • OUT ON A LIMB - Teaser - 'Best Documentary" - 2013 Boston International Film Festival

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                  DVD is now available at: www.outonalimbdocumentary.com "Best Documentary Award" - 2013 Boston International Film Festival From Walter Reed Army Medical Center and Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab to universities across the country and the Amputee Coalition's camp for kids, this documentary explores the evolution of prosthetics and the developments that are changing what it means to lose a limb. What was once futuristic is occurring now at the intersection of neuroscience, engineering and robotics. Advances in prosthetics always coincide with wars, but recent conflicts have spurred unprecedented funding, including the "Revolutionizing Prosthetics" project. Soldiers who have lost limbs receive the most media attention, but they are a fraction of the millions of amputees who are invisibly all around us. A science story and a human story, Out On A Limb shows the impact of this transformative science as revolutionary prosthetics move from the lab to the bodies of amputees. facebook.com/outonalimbdocumentary twitter.com/outonalimbdoc

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                  • OUT ON A LIMB Trailer - "Best Documentary" - 2013 Boston International Film Festival

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                    DVD is now available at: www.outonalimbdocumentary.com "Best Documentary Award" - 2013 Boston International Film Festival From Walter Reed Army Medical Center and Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab to universities across the country and the Amputee Coalition's camp for kids, this documentary explores the evolution of prosthetics and the developments that are changing what it means to lose a limb. What was once futuristic is occurring now at the intersection of neuroscience, engineering and robotics. Advances in prosthetics always coincide with wars, but recent conflicts have spurred unprecedented funding, including the "Revolutionizing Prosthetics" project. Soldiers who have lost limbs receive the most media attention, but they are a fraction of the millions of amputees who are invisibly all around us. A science story and a human story, Out On A Limb shows the impact of this transformative science as revolutionary prosthetics move from the lab to the bodies of amputees. facebook.com/outonalimbdocumentary twitter.com/outonalimbdoc

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                    • 2012 Adopt-a-Soldier Platoon Year

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                      This 7-min video provides a glimpse of Adopt-a-Soldier Platoon (AaSP) and its accomplishments. AaSP is proud to be an all-volunteer 501 (c) (3) public charity. In 2011, 95.5 cents/$1 went to the Troops. We have a great group of Special Friends throughout the Nation, along with Benefactors, Supporters, Patrons and a Core Team that makes it all happen. It was a great year for AaSP!

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