WOUNDED WARRIOR REGIMENT. National Marine Corps Council Fall Conference Colonel John L. Mayer Commanding Officer Wounded Warrior Regiment October 2011. Wounded Warrior Regiment Mission.
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WOUNDED WARRIOR REGIMENT
National Marine Corps Council Fall Conference
Colonel John L. Mayer
Wounded Warrior Regiment
Wounded Warrior Regiment Mission
Provide and facilitate assistance to Wounded, Ill, and Injured Marines, Sailors attached to or in support of Marine units, and their family members in order to assist them as they return to duty or transition to civilian life.
Marines taking care of Marines and their families.
Medical Case Manager
Primary Care Manager
Marine Section Leader
VA Polytrauma Center Minneapolis
Andrews Air Force Base
Naval Hospital 29 Palms
Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
Naval Hospital Portsmouth
VA Polytrauma Center Palo Alto
VA Polytrauma Center Richmond
Wounded Warrior Regiment
Balboa Naval Hospital
Camp Pendleton, California
Comp Lejeune, North Carolina
Tripler Army Medical Center
San Antonio Military Medical Center
VA Polytrauma Center Tampa
District Injured Support Coordinators
Recovery Care Coordinators
Providing Marines and their families individualized support through the phases of recovery.
Marines prove everyday that they are resilient!
Wounded Warrior Complexes
Comprehensive Approach to Care
Warrior Hope and
Return to Duty / Transition
Expected LIMDU Period
Additional Headquarters Marine Corps-Approved LIMDU
Point of Injury
Comprehensive Transition Plan
Mandatory Lines of Operation
Ensure delivery of world class medical care
-Return to Duty
Provide activities to improve the Marine’s self-worth, mental stability, a sense of purpose, and clarity of mind
Strengthen the Marine’s body through physical activity
and nutrition to develop life-long healthy habits
Maintain the spark with the Marine by reinforcing a sense of belonging, purpose, pride, and a renewed sense of self-worth
A Marine’s mind, body, spirit and family are not just healed;
they are strengthened and improved.
Transition Skills Development
Swimming * Cycling * Shooting
Archery * Track & Field * Sitting Volleyball
2011 Games 16 – 22 May
Chairman’s Cup Standings
1st Place: Marine Corps
2011 Ultimate Champion:
Capt Jonathan Disbro
Strength From the Inside Out
Improving Self-Esteem and Confidence
There are some things medicine and technology cannot heal, where scalpel cannot reach and therapy cannot alter.
Building Capacity in the Marine
Driven by the WWR’s motto, “Still in the fight”
Celebrating our Marines’ Achievements
Reconditioning Sports * Education * Employment * Staying Marine
The WWR ensures support is comprehensive, to include the needs of families and caregivers.
Photo by Carol Guzy, Washington Post
Resource & Referral
Visit our Website
Contact the Resource and Information Center: Sgt Merlin German Wounded Warrior Call Center 1.877.487.6299
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Our Marines and their Families are Still in the Fight!
Thank you for your continued support.