AW2 Weekly Digest April 26-30

  • AW2 Veteran Joseph “Jay” Briseno Jr., featured on Nextgov.com, is among the patients being helped by an in-home monitoring system.
  • AW2 Veteran Heath Calhoun was featured in The Leaf Chronicle and Paris Post-Intelligencer about Homes for Our Troops providing him and his Family a specially adapted house and was also featured in Winston-Salem Journal in an article on his injury, recovery, and his appreciation for community support.
  • AW2 Veteran John Eichenberger was featured on WOAI-TV in a series on the “Journey of a Wounded Warrior (Part 2): Into the Gym” at the Center for the Intrepid.
  • AW2 Veteran Daniel Glanz, featured in The Cavalier Daily, discussed how improvements in prosthetics have allowed him to do the thing he enjoys—like skydiving.
  • AW2 Solider SGT Matthew Harvey and AW2 Veteran Christopher Strickland, featured in Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, will be participating in the Warrior Games.
  • AW2 Soldier SGT Angel Herrera, featured on KCEN-TV, has been preparing for the Warrior Games at Fort Hood.
  • AW2 Soldier SGT Daniel Lopez, featured on WVEC-TV and The Morning Call, is gearing up for a new challenge in the Warrior Games.
  • AW2 Veterans Brian Neuman and Michael Schlitz, featured in Army News, returned to Iraq for closure through Operation Proper Exit in April.
  • AW2 Soldier SGT Jourdan Smith was featured on WOAI-TV in a series on the “Journey of a Wounded Warrior (Part 1)” at the Center for the Intrepid.
  • AW2 Veteran Sergio Trejo, featured in the Houston Chronicle, appreciates the assistance he and his Family received from Helping a Hero.

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