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QPME: The Wounded Warriors

This guide provides information about the United States Marine Corps Wounded Warrior Regiment (WWR) and links to articles and resources about injuries and illnesses that affect our wounded warriors, their families, and fellow service members.

What Every Marine Should Know

Marines, families, and the American public can be reassured that the Marine Corps, through the Wounded Warrior Regiment, will continue recovery care in times of war and peace.  

Regardless of the global security environment, recovery care support must be enduring.  Issues resulting from the current decade of war, including catastrophic injures requiring acute care, traumatic brain injury, and psychological health problems, are not solved by short-term care and will require continuing, longitudinal services.

Just as the Marine Corps is strategically agile and flexible, the WWR will endeavor to expand and contract depending upon requirements.  We will always stand ready to support our Marines.

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