Air Force

The Air Force understands the power adaptive sports and reconditioning activities have to promote healing. In light of this, the Air Force Wounded Warrior Program (AFW2) incorporated athletics into a holistic rehabilitation approach that focuses on an individual's mental, emotional, physical and spiritual well-being. AFW2 strives to provide well-coordinated, personalized support and advocacy to each wounded, ill and injured service member, as well as his/her family and/or caregivers. Airmen enrolled in AFW2 go through a 7-phase Continuum of Care that starts with identification of one's condition and continues through stabilization/resolution -- adaptive sports are introduced during the member's recovery phase. Airmen begin their path to the Warrior Games by participating in Warrior CARE events throughout the country, then competing and qualifying at the Air Force Trials - working with expert coaches, sports trainers and nutritionists to not only prepare for competition, but enhance their recovery.

Team Air Force

Trials are currently underway to determine this year's team. Please check back soon for a full team roster.