Squadron 17 We are an outfit in the Corps of Cadets excited to see your participation and serve our veterans. Read more...
Mind Wounded Warrior Project has a Combat Stress Recovery Program, Family Support, and Peer Mentor program to help soldiers cope with emtional damage from combat.Read more...
Empowerment Wounded Warrior Project has a Transition Training Academy and Warriors to Work program to get soldiers back on their feet after military service. Read more...
Body Wounded Warrior Project hosts many recreational activities and Adaptive Sport Events to help soldiers get back into shape and recover from any physical injuries. Read more...
Engagement Wounded Warrior Project reaches out to help soldiers in many ways with its Alumni service and Benefits Service. Read more...
Combat Stress Recovery Program Asking for help is Strength, not Weakness Read more...
Physical Warrior's Recovery Optimizing Warrior's Physical Recovery Read more...
Wounded Warrior Project Come run with us to help those who ran for our country.

welcome to the Wounded Warrior Project Run of Heroes!

The mission for this event to bring the Bryan/College Station community together in order to raise money and awareness for the Wounded Warrior Project. This 4.25 mile run will be on November 10, 2013.

testimonials

  • The program helped me to change my career field from police work to IT. Our visit to Cisco was the most positive thing that has happened to me since my return home.
    Capt. Robert Steele, US Army National Guard.
    I completed the TTA class and thought it was a great class. I enjoyed the class and learned a lot. Since then I have signed up to take another computer class at night. The folks at Cisco because they have done a great job helping with the class. I went on the SFAC tour of their facility in Raleigh, NC and went to the leadership conference at North Carolina State with Gen. Hugh Shelton. They are doing great things for wounded warriors.
    SSG Steven Wilson, US Army
  • The program helped me to change my career field from police work to IT. Our visit to Cisco was the most positive thing that has happened to me since my return home.
    Capt. Robert Steele, US Army National Guard.
    I completed the TTA class and thought it was a great class. I enjoyed the class and learned a lot. Since then I have signed up to take another computer class at night. The folks at Cisco because they have done a great job helping with the class. I went on the SFAC tour of their facility in Raleigh, NC and went to the leadership conference at North Carolina State with Gen. Hugh Shelton. They are doing great things for wounded warriors.
    SSG Steven Wilson, US Army

our sponsors

Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) is proud to recognize all of the corporate sponsors who join us in honoring and empowering Wounded Warriors. Click each of the sponsorship levels below to view a complete listing of our current corporate sponsors.WWP Current Corporate Sponsors