By Jim Wenzel, WTC Stratcom
In response to the need for detailed information about the Army’s Warrior Care and Transition Program, the Warrior Transition Command (WTC) has created a new public website at www.wtc.army.mil.
This website provides wounded, ill, and injured Soldiers, Veterans, their Families, and the interested American public and media information about Army warrior care and support as well as specific information about various WTC programs. The WTC website also provides links to featured content from the WTC and AW2 blogs, valuable warrior care resources, photos, and other media.
The U.S. Army realizes that Army warrior care consists of many detailed processes and key players. Shedding light on the key information that wounded warriors and their Families need most, the WTC website is intended to help the warrior care community achieve their goal–to successfully transition wounded warriors back to duty or to civilian life.
From sharing information about the Medical Evaluation Board (MEB) to information about the Comprehensive Transition Plan (CTP), the WTC is committed to providing easy to understand information that is relevant for wounded warriors and Families. Accessible from work or home, the WTC website will help guide wounded warriors through the healing and recovery process.
The WTC website will be updated frequently as new programs and events are made available so check back often. If you have any questions about the website or for someone on the WTC staff, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.