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Media: ENHP Faculty’s Research Goes Underwater with Combat Wounded Veteran Challenge

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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Audio: Combat Wounded Veteran Challenge battles Minn. conditions

From MPR News/The Daily Circuit: A group of veterans recently spent a few days in northern Minnesota skiing and braving the freezing cold as part of an effort called the Combat Wounded Veteran Challenge. The organization pairs injured veterans with high-level excursions and outdoor challenges. It’s also part science, as the trip up north involved […]

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In the News: Combat Wounded Vets climb Mt. Kilimanjaro to Assist Research

Some Pinellas County wounded veterans are all missing limbs or battling traumatic brain injuries but that didn’t stop them from climbing a mountain for the sake of inspiration and research. Climbing up Africa’s highest peak is an incredible challenge for anyone but retired staff Sgt. Pete Quintanilla took on Mount Kilimanjaro as an amputee. Quintanilla […]

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