The U.S. Army Warrior Transition Command (WTC) is a major subordinate command under the U.S. Army Medical Command (MEDCOM). WTC’s mission is to develop, coordinate, and integrate the Army’s Warrior Care and Transition Program (WCTP) for wounded, ill, and injured Soldiers, Veterans, and their Families and caregivers in order to promote future success in the force or in civilian life.
WTC is the lead proponent for WCTP—an Army-wide structure to provide support and services for wounded, ill, and injured Soldiers, also called Warriors in Transition. WCTP enables the Army to evaluate and treat Warriors in Transition through a comprehensive, Soldier-centric process of medical care, rehabilitation, professional development, and achievement of personal goals. Major elements of WCTP include:
- Comprehensive Transition Plan (CTP)—a customized recovery process that includes a personalized plan created for the Warrior in Transition by the Warrior in Transition.
- Warrior Transition Unit (WTU)—a “line unit” for wounded, ill, and injured Soldiers who require at least 6 months of rehabilitative care and complex medical management.
- Army Wounded Warrior Program (AW2)—the official U.S. Army program that assists and advocates for severely wounded, ill, and injured Soldiers, Veterans, and their Families.
To learn more, please visit the WTC website at www.WTC.army.mil
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