Wounded Warrior Program: The Mission

Over 7000 warriors successfully transitioned back in the work place.
“We will never stop until all wounded warriors who seek employment, find their way back to our American workplace.” – Dr. David Godbold



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The Wounded Warrior Program was founded in 2004/5 by a government committee formed by Dr. David Godbold, CJ Lange, IB AbilityOne.Gov, Department of Army (Ft. Bragg) Womack Army Medical Center, Warrior Transition Battalions, Department of Veterans Affairs and members of DoD. The sole mission to assist wounded warriors and veterans in finding meaningful employment opportunities as they transition from the battlefield to the private sector. Each WWP program is operated independently by each organization or companies that have GSA Schedules and AbilityOne.Gov certifications as a dealer/distributor to supply the mandatory requirement for the Military and Federal Government. We work to secure Government contracts and award them to a Government 


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Since 2009, the WWP has been raising awareness concerning the employment needs of our nation’s wounded heroes, successfully instating dedicated employment programs within over 30 Federal offices, military bases and military hospitals.
Working closely with Warrior Transition Battalions and private employers, the WWP helps match each individual warrior with the best possible position, ensuring a fluid and successful transition from combat to corporate.

What We’re Doing to Act

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 Keeping in line with our dedication to helped wounded veterans, we’ve partnered up with Cyber Timez in 2017 to help nearly 175,000 blind and disabled vets live healthier, happier lives through the power of wearable smart glasses.
We’re constantly finding new partners to help spread our mission, so please check back often for more updates.