This summer scientists, veterans, teenagers, and researchers joined forces to restore the Hope Reef off the coast of Looe Key, Florida. About 36 volunteers planted 500 corals in a single day, the most planted in one day since the Combat Wounded Veteran Challenge, SCUBAnauts International, and Mote Marine Laboratory began working together in 2012. The […]
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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.
It’s time for our annual SCUBA Challenge in Key West! We are here doing research on TBI, PTS and Prosthetics. You can read the SCUBA Challenge 2016 Objectives here.
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.
Here are highlights from yesterday’s Reveille Symposium discussing Orthotics and Prosthetics, Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Post Traumatic Stress (PTS / PTSD)
Thank you to Howard Altman over at the Tampa Tribune, for writing this about our upcoming Reveille Summit. TAMPA — For more than five years, the Palm Harbor-based Combat Wounded Veteran Challenge has been taking men and women up tall mountains and down under the sea to help them recover and discover. But on Friday, […]
During the last week, the whole Combat Wounded Veteran Challenge team has arrived down in Key West to take part in underwater case studies for orthotics and prosthetics (O&P), traumatic brain injury (TBI) and post traumatic stress (PTS). Warriors, support staff, VIP’s, and a lot of gear have flown and/or driven from all over the […]
Here’s the link to the video for Lloyd Sowers piece about our warriors as they were heading out for Aconcagua. Follow up will take place when the guys return from Argentina at the beginning of March! I’ll updated with a link to that here when it is available.