Our researchers are hard at work over and under the surface of the water! It’s hard to see from up here sometimes, but we promise they are collecting data under there.
Our Sailing Challenge/Race to Havana is underway! Here’s our team on the news! More information on the race: St. Petersburg Yacht Club – St. Petersburg to Habana race information page TRACK THE RACE HERE!
Dear All: We exited the wilderness today. Before departure we asked God for safety, good weather and fish. We received all 3! The scenery was spectacular, the route was challenging and the group was small but tight. We got 3 CWVC members to the top of the Mount of the Holy Cross at 14,005 ft. […]
CWVC participants are in the news all over the Keys! They are making a difference in the lives of wounded veterans, and for wounded reefs… Recently, members of the Combat Wounded Veteran Challenge and SCUBAnauts International joined forces with scientists from Mote Marine Laboratory to plant nursery-grown corals near Looe Key. This event marked the […]
On Monday, July 18, members of the Combat Wounded Veteran Challenge and SCUBAnauts International will join forces with scientists from Mote Marine Laboratory to plant nursery-grown corals near Looe Key. This event will mark the fifth year of a unique coral restoration partnership that enables citizen science volunteers to participate in cutting-edge marine habitat restoration… […]
From the Mountains to under the Sea…that’s where we took you this year! See what’s been going on at Combat Wounded Veteran Challenge this year. We’ve been on top of Aconcagua and restoring coral reefs in Key West, all while conducting research and case studies on TBI, PTS, and Prothetics/Orthotics. We also conducted the first […]
Our 2015 cross mentoring challenge where we pair combat wounded and injured veterans with SCUBAnauts and give them a mission to accomplish. The first mission is to restore damaged coral reef under the guidance of MOTE Marine Laboratories. The second mission pairs one SCUBAnaut and one veteran in an underwater navigation course. Each pair must […]
Traversing a glacier is no small feat. Our team pushes themselves to accomplish the mission even though the river might be higher than expected, or the pain gets pretty bad. They all pushed through and made a difference for themselves and others.