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Message From Defense Secretary Jim Mattis

“There must never pass a day in our nation or at the Department of Defense when we do not provide our wounded, injured, and ill service members the best possible care and support. They have done their patriotic duty; they are neither diminished nor dependent, even as we help them bring new strength to bear. In their eyes we see the best of our country’s fighting spirit. We are inspired by their strength in recovery, rehabilitation, and reintegration back to duty or transition into civilian community.”

Waves of Healing

Solace in the Surf

Marine Corps veteran Sgt. Toran Gaal poses for photo with his custom surfboard which allows him to surf despite being a double amputee during the Naval Medical Center San Diego surf therapy clinic in Del Mar, Calif., Sept. 14, 2017. DoD photo by EJ Hersom


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Aeromedical Evacuation: Flying Ambulances

Airmen Operate ‘Flying Ambulances’ for Evacuation Missions

President Donald J. Trump signs a document at his desk as officials stand around him.

Trump Signs Order to Improve Support for Transitioning Vets

A sailor talks from behind a desk.

Congressional Support Needed for Traumatic Brain Injury Research, DoD Doctor Says

A service member works out on a stationary bike.

Command Sergeant Major Navigates Warrior Transition Path

Community, Innovative Collaborations Key Themes at International Warrior Care Symposium