It’s not easy but this Combat Wounded Challenge Warrior is taking a selfie while sailing. We have some of the most talented guys out there!! Check out their pictures and comments on Facebook and our Website! Original Facebook Post by Brian Doc Dean.
Combat Wounded Veteran Challenge is in the news again. Thanks to Howard Altman for writing such a great article! After regaling the gathering of combat wounded with his stories of helping hunt down drug lord Pablo Escobar then taking part in the invasion of Panama, Nelson Corbin gets serious. “We are the only military group […]
Combat Wounded Veteran Challenge was featured on WFLA this week! Here’s the article, and the link below will take you to the site where you will also find the video. Major progress is being made in treating post traumatic stress disorder, thanks to research happening right here in Tampa Bay. What makes this treatment […]
It is an unusual mix. Adaptive competitive sailing and Post Traumatic Stress treatment. But it is working for our 9 combat wounded veterans that are competing in the America’s Disabled Open Regatta at the St. Pete Yacht Club. Upon arrival to the bay area, the team spent a few days huddling with Dr. Carrie Elk […]
Combat Wounded Veteran Challenge Warrior – Billy Costello – provides some valuable insights for a local teen who lost his leg due to a football injury. Our warriors are an inspiration to others because of their heart, determination and willingness to help. Thank you Howard Altman for writing a great article. Exerpt from the Tampa […]
Our upcoming sailing challenge was mentioned in the Tampa Tribune! Reporter Howard Altman wrote “The effects of the last U.S. foray into Iraq are still being felt by veterans like Army Staff Sgt. Ryan James Moore, who was badly wounded there in 2008. But just because they are wounded doesn’t mean they are conquered. Starting […]
Combat Wounded Veteran Challenge was mentioned in the Texas A&M University Galveson Campus Chief Academic Officer Newsletter! One of our tireless and multi-talented team members, Gerard Coleman, was featured in the “Where “In the World” were our Faculty this summer…” section (you’ll have to scroll about half way down the page to view it.)