One of our challenge warriors, retired Navy Seal, Justin Legg, tells his story about how he got injured, his double lung transplant and how he honors his lung donor, Jarred McKinley Carter.
The weather is pretty nice here in Florida. (Sorry to all the CWVC fans outside of the Sunshine State!) With that in mind, our thoughts turn to the next Combat Wounded Veteran Challenge. In partnership with US Sailing and the USMMA Sailing Foundation, CWVC is proud to announce new Adaptive Sailing Novice Camps for our […]
This morning our Aconcagua Team members, Billy Costello, Pete Quintanilla, Josh Waisanen and Bryan Weideman appeared on the WTSP-TV Studio10 show. They talked about the climb, the conditions and the medical studies being conducted while making the ascent. Show host Roxanne Wilder led the discussion and the guys did a great job representing CWVC. If […]
It takes a special breed to be part of the military. You are the 1% that heeds the call to serve our nation. Here comes one Gunny who wants to make a difference for our veterans while supporting Combat Wounded Veteran Challenge. Roy Wesley “Wes” Brady, Jr., recently retired from the U.S. Marines after 22 […]
I posted a link to the Alaska Mountaineering School’s blog post Caitlin put up a few days ago, but haven’t had time to properly update CombatWounded.org, so I’m going to post the embedded Facebook post here…I hope it works, if not, let me know and I’ll write up something asap. Thanks for your patience everyone!! […]
Congratulations to the Combat Wounded Veteran Challenge Team!!! The summit was reached by some of the team yesterday!!! We heard from our Alaska Mountaineering School liaison, Caitlin, last night. She reports that after a successful climb, the team was back at camp and had climbed into their sleeping bags after eating. We are sure they […]